Learn 50 Sentences to speak English faster

Learn 50 Sentences to speak English faster and Most Commonly Used Sentences – Today we will learn some sentences (more than 50) that we use every day to speak English. You can use these sentences everywhere from office to home. These sentences will help you speak English faster.

Miserable – Very unhappy

01. It was the miserable day.
We can also say –
02. It was a very sad day.
03. It was such a sad day.

04. He was born in a miserable family.
05. He was a miserable old devil.
06. What a miserable weather!
07. She was looking miserable.
08. His past life was miserable.

The word is also used in many different ways in our daily life. For example,
Miserable death
You can use this word when someone dies very badly.

When the climate or weather is very bad you can say –
Miserable climate

If a game plan or something fails –
Miserable failure

Some other uses, like-
Miserable dinner
Miserable condition
Miserable face

I tried to explain to you with a few examples, when you speak English start using it.

Suffering - physical or mental pain

09. He is suffering from a cold.
10. I am suffering from a headache.
11. Why is life so full of suffering?
12. I hate to see animals suffering.

In a word, it is most commonly used in the sense of suffering from a disease or suffering.

Feeble –weak

Our next word is –
Feeble –weak
13. He was a feeble old man.
14. She replied in a feeble voice.
15. I felt feeble when I was ill.

Suppose your friend wants to say something to someone but can’t speak, then you can tell him to give courage –
16. Don’t be so feeble!

When someone tells a story to excuse, and if the story is not believable then you can say it – Feeble story, meaning not believable.
We can also use these words. As-
Feeble mind
Feeble health
Feeble excuses

Feeble imagination
Feeble attempt

Learn to use these words, you will feel confident when you start to speak or use them which is very important for speaking English.

Wholly – totally

17. I wholly agree with you.
18. She was not wholly satisfied.
19. The story is wholly imaginary.
20. His story is wholly fictitious.
21. Your idea isn’t wholly practical.

Eager / Eagerly - keenly

22. He eagerly accepted my offer.
23. She eagerly took the mirror.
24. She waited eagerly for her husband’s return.
25. I’m not very eager to go.
26. He was eager for news.
27. I’m eager to speak to you.

Beneath - under

28. A cat was beneath the table.
29. The sun is now beneath the horizon.
30. He sheltered beneath his umbrella.
31. He is sitting beneath the tree.

Scream – a loud cry

32. I thought I heard a scream.
33. Don’t scream.
34. Who’s screaming?
35. I tried to scream.

Grimy – dirty

36. His clothes were grimy.
37. It is difficult to see through the grimy window.
38. Her face was grimy.

Desolate – depopulated

39. The house was desolate.
40. The land was left desolate.
41. He was desolate without her.
42. The village was quite desolate.


43. I’ll be back soon. Meanwhile you do your work.
44. Meanwhile the sun was setting.
45. Meanwhile the chance was gone.
46. Meanwhile, they began to talk.
47. In the meanwhile, be silent!
48. Meanwhile this is where we are.
49. Meanwhile nothing is to be done.
50. Meanwhile, only love was present.
51. Meanwhile, I could smell breakfast.

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