Real life basic phrases in English with audio and phonetic transcription

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100 grams of cheese, please.

/ˈwʌn ˈhʌndɹəd ˈɡɹæmz əv ˈtʃiz, ˈpliz./

                    


A business class ticket.

/ə ˈbɪznəs ˈklæs ˈtɪkət./

                    


A one way ticket to New York.

/ə ˈwʌn ˈweɪ ˈtɪkət ˈtu ˈnu ˈjɔrk./

                    


A table for two, please.

/ə ˈteɪbəɫ ˈfɔr ˈtu, ˈpliz./

                    


An economy class ticket.

/ən ɪˈkɑnəmɪ ˈklæs ˈtɪkət./

                    


And you?

/ənd ˈju?/

                    


Are there any discounts?

/ˈɑr ˈðɛr ˈɛnɪ ˈdɪsˌkaʊnts?/

                    


Are you married?

/ˈɑr ˈju ˈmɛrid?/

                    


Are you open on Saturday?

/ˈɑr ˈju ˈoʊpən ˈɑn ˈsæɾɚˌdeɪ?/

                    


Are you ready to order?

/ˈɑr ˈju ˈɹɛɾɪ ˈtə ˈɔrɾɚ?/

                    


Around the corner.

/ɚˈɹaʊnd ðə ˈkɔrnɚ./

                    


At the intersection.

/ət ði ˌɪntɚˈsɛkʃən./

                    


Butter, please.

/ˈbʌɾɚ, ˈpliz./

                    


Call an ambulance!

/ˈkɑɫ ən ˈæmbjələnts!/

                    


Call the police!

/ˈkɑɫ ðə pəˈlis!/

                    


Calm down!

/ˈkɑm ˈdaʊn!/

                    


Can I have a guide?

/kən ˈaɪ ˈhæv ə ˈɡaɪd?/

                    


Can I have a towel?

/kən ˈaɪ ˈhæv ə ˈtaʊəɫ?/

                    


Can I help you?

/kən ˈaɪ ˈhɛɫp ˈju?/

                    


Can I join you?

/kən ˈaɪ ˈdʒɔɪn ˈju?/

                    


Can I park here?

/kən ˈaɪ ˈpɑrk ˈhɪr?/

                    


Can I pay by card?

/kən ˈaɪ ˈpeɪ ˈbaɪ ˈkɑrd?/

                    


Can I sit here?

/kən ˈaɪ ˈsɪt ˈhɪr?/

                    


Can I try it on?

/kən ˈaɪ ˈtɹaɪ ˈɪt ˈɑn?/

                    


Can you fix it now?

/kən ˈju ˈfɪks ˈɪt ˈnaʊ?/

                    


Can you help me?

/kən ˈju ˈhɛɫp ˈmi?/

                    


Can you hold this for me?

/kən ˈju ˈhoʊɫd ˈðɪs ˈfɔr ˈmi?/

                    


Can you recommend a cafe?

/kən ˈju ˌɹɛkəˈmɛnd ə kæˈfeɪ?/

                    


Can you repeat please?

/kən ˈju ɹɪˈpit ˈpliz?/

                    


Can you speak more slowly?

/kən ˈju ˈspik ˈmɔr ˈsloʊlɪ?/

                    


Can you write it down?

/kən ˈju ˈɹaɪt ˈɪt ˈdaʊn?/

                    


Come to see us.

/ˈkʌm ˈtə ˈsi ˈʌs./

                    


Congratulations!

/kənˌɡɹædʒəˈleɪʃənz!/

                    


Could you help me for a second?

/kʊd ˈju ˈhɛɫp ˈmi ˈfɔr ə ˈsɛkənd?/

                    


Could you please speak slower?

/kʊd ˈju ˈpliz ˈspik ˈsloʊɚ?/

                    


Could you repeat that please?

/kʊd ˈju ɹɪˈpit ˈðæt ˈpliz?/

                    


Could you tell me...?

/kʊd ˈju ˈtɛɫ ˈmi...?/

                    


Do I have to change trains?

/ˈdu ˈaɪ ˈhæf tə ˈtʃeɪndʒ ˈtɹeɪnz?/

                    


Do you have a map?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈhæv ə ˈmæp?/

                    


Do you have a reservation?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈhæv ə ˌɹɛzɚˈveɪʃən?/

                    


Do you have any pets?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈhæv ˈɛnɪ ˈpɛts?/

                    


Do you have children?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈhæv ˈtʃɪɫdɹən?/

                    


Do you have room service?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈhæv ˈɹum ˈsɝvəs?/

                    


Do you know that restaurant?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈnoʊ ˈðæt ˈɹɛstɚˌɹɑnt?/

                    


Do you like riding a bicycle?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈlaɪk ˈɹaɪɾɪŋ ə ˈbaɪsɪkəɫ?/

                    


Do you like shrimps?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈlaɪk ˈʃɹɪmps?/

                    


Do you like watching TV?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈlaɪk ˈwɑtʃɪŋ ˈtiˈvi?/

                    


Do you mind if I sit here?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈmaɪnd ˈɪf ˈaɪ ˈsɪt ˈhɪr?/

                    


Do you speak English?

/ˈdu ˈju ˈspik ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ?/

                    


Do you understand English?

/ˈdu ˈju ˌʌndɚˈstænd ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ?/

                    


Do you understand?

/ˈdu ˈju ˌʌndɚˈstænd?/

                    


Don't mention it.

/ˈdoʊnt ˈmɛntʃən ˈɪt./

                    


Don't you agree?

/ˈdoʊnt ˈju əˈɡɹi?/

                    


Don't you think so?

/ˈdoʊnt ˈju ˈθɪŋk ˈsoʊ?/

                    


Enjoy your stay!

/ɪnˈdʒɔɪ ˈjɔr ˈsteɪ!/

                    


Excuse me!

/ɪkˈskjuz ˈmi!/

                    


Fire!

/ˈfaɪɚ!/

                    


For how many people?

/ˈfɔr ˈhaʊ ˈmɛnɪ ˈpipəɫ?/

                    


Good evening!

/ˈɡʊd ˈivnɪŋ!/

                    


Good luck!

/ˈɡʊd ˈlʌk!/

                    


Good morning!

/ˈɡʊd ˈmɔrnɪŋ!/

                    


Good night!

/ˈɡʊd ˈnaɪt!/

                    


Good!

/ˈɡʊd!/

                    


Goodbye!

/ɡʊdˈbaɪ!/

                    


Great party, isn't it?

/ˈɡɹeɪt ˈpɑrɾɪ, ˈɪzn̩ ˈɪt?/

                    


Happy Birthday!

/ˈhæpɪ ˈbɝθˌdeɪ!/

                    


Happy New Year!

/ˈhæpɪ ˈnu ˈjɪr!/

                    


Have a nice day!

/ˈhæv ə ˈnaɪs ˈdeɪ!/

                    


He wears glasses.

/ˈhi ˈwɛrz ˈɡlæsəz./

                    


Hello!

/həˈloʊ!/

                    


Help!

/ˈhɛɫp!/

                    


Here you are!

/ˈhɪr ˈju ˈɑr!/

                    


Hot weather, right?

/ˈhɑt ˈwɛðɚ, ˈɹaɪt?/

                    


How about today?

/ˈhaʊ əˈbaʊt təˈdeɪ?/

                    


How are you?

/ˈhaʊ ˈɑr ˈju?/

                    


How can I help you?

/ˈhaʊ kən ˈaɪ ˈhɛɫp ˈju?/

                    


How does it look?

/ˈhaʊ ˈdʌz ˈɪt ˈlʊk?/

                    


How does it taste?

/ˈhaʊ ˈdʌz ˈɪt ˈteɪst?/

                    


How is she?

/ˈhaʊ ˈɪz ˈʃi?/

                    


How long is the flight?

/ˈhaʊ ˈlɑŋ ˈɪz ðə ˈflaɪt?/

                    


How much are the tickets?

/ˈhaʊ ˈmʌtʃ ˈɑr ðə ˈtɪkəts?/

                    


How much do you need?

/ˈhaʊ ˈmʌtʃ ˈdu ˈju ˈnid?/

                    


How much does it cost?

/ˈhaʊ ˈmʌtʃ ˈdʌz ˈɪt ˈkɑst?/

                    


How much is this?

/ˈhaʊ ˈmʌtʃ ˈɪz ˈðɪs?/

                    


How old are you?

/ˈhaʊ ˈoʊɫd ˈɑr ˈju?/

                    


How would you like to pay?

/ˈhaʊ wəd ˈju ˈlaɪk tə ˈpeɪ?/

                    


How would you like your steak?

/ˈhaʊ wəd ˈju ˈlaɪk jɔr ˈsteɪk?/

                    


How's work going?

/ˈhaʊz ˈwɝk ˈɡoʊɪŋ?/

                    


Hurry up!

/ˈhɝɹɪ ˈʌp!/

                    


I don't have time.

/ˈaɪ ˈdoʊnt ˈhæv ˈtaɪm./

                    


I don't know.

/ˈaɪ ˈdoʊnt ˈnoʊ./

                    


I don't mind.

/ˈaɪ ˈdoʊnt ˈmaɪnd./

                    


I don't speak English very well.

/ˈaɪ ˈdoʊnt ˈspik ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ ˈvɛrɪ ˈwɛɫ./

                    


I don't speak English.

/ˈaɪ ˈdoʊnt ˈspik ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ./

                    


I don't think so.

/ˈaɪ ˈdoʊnt ˈθɪŋk ˈsoʊ./

                    


I don't understand.

/ˈaɪ ˈdoʊnt ˌʌndɚˈstænd./

                    


I entirely agree.

/ˈaɪ ɪnˈtaɪɚlɪ əˈɡɹi./

                    


I feel great.

/ˈaɪ ˈfiɫ ˈɡɹeɪt./

                    


I forgot.

/ˈaɪ fɚˈɡɑt./

                    


I have a dog.

/ˈaɪ ˈhæv ə ˈdɑɡ./

                    


I have a flat tire.

/ˈaɪ ˈhæv ə ˈflæt ˈtaɪɚ./

                    


I have a reservation under the name of Martin.

/ˈaɪ ˈhæv ə ˌɹɛzɚˈveɪʃən ˈʌndɚ ðə ˈneɪm əv ˈmɑrtn̩./

                    


I have a toothache.

/ˈaɪ ˈhæv ə ˈtuθˌeɪk./

                    


I have a tourist visa.

/ˈaɪ ˈhæv ə ˈtʊrɪst ˈvizə./

                    


I like cooking.

/ˈaɪ ˈlaɪk ˈkʊkɪŋ./

                    


I like reading.

/ˈaɪ ˈlaɪk ˈɹiɾɪŋ./

                    


I live in France.

/ˈaɪ ˈlɪv ɪn ˈfɹænts./

                    


I live with my wife.

/ˈaɪ ˈlɪv ˈwɪθ ˈmaɪ ˈwaɪf./

                    


I lost my key.

/ˈaɪ ˈlɑst ˈmaɪ ˈki./

                    


I need to study.

/ˈaɪ ˈnid tə ˈstʌdɪ./

                    


I really appreciate it.

/ˈaɪ ˈɹiəlɪ əˈpɹiʃiˌeɪt ˈɪt./

                    


I speak English.

/ˈaɪ ˈspik ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ./

                    


I want some bacon.

/ˈaɪ ˈwɑnt ˈsʌm ˈbeɪkən./

                    


I was born in 1992.

/ˈaɪ ˈwəz ˈbɔrn ɪn ˈnaɪntin ˈnaɪndi-ˈtu./

                    


I will eat a sandwich.

/ˈaɪ ˈwɪɫ ˈit ə ˈsændˌwɪtʃ./

                    


I work in a shop.

/ˈaɪ ˈwɝk ɪn ə ˈʃɑp./

                    


I would appreciate your advice.

/ˈaɪ wəd əˈpɹiʃiˌeɪt ˈjɔr ədˈvaɪs./

                    


I'd like a double room.

/ˈaɪd ˈlaɪk ə ˈdʌbəɫ ˈɹum./

                    


I'd like a single room.

/ˈaɪd ˈlaɪk ə ˈsɪŋɡəɫ ˈɹum./

                    


I'd like another room.

/ˈaɪd ˈlaɪk əˈnʌðɚ ˈɹum./

                    


I'd like sausages.

/ˈaɪd ˈlaɪk ˈsɑsɪdʒəz./

                    


I'd like to check out.

/ˈaɪd ˈlaɪk tə ˈtʃɛk ˈaʊt./

                    


I'd like to go to the cinema.

/ˈaɪd ˈlaɪk ˈtu ˈɡoʊ tə ðə ˈsɪnəmə./

                    


I'd like to know...

/ˈaɪd ˈlaɪk tə ˈnoʊ.../

                    


I'd like to return this.

/ˈaɪd ˈlaɪk tə ɹɪˈtɝn ˈðɪs./

                    


I'd love to.

/ˈaɪd ˈlʌv ˈtu./

                    


I'll have carrots.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈhæv ˈkɛrəts./

                    


I'll have fried squid.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈhæv ˈfɹaɪd ˈskwɪd./

                    


I'll have the chicken soup.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈhæv ðə ˈtʃɪkn̩ ˈsup./

                    


I'll have the lamb.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈhæv ðə ˈlæm./

                    


I'll pay by credit card.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈpeɪ ˈbaɪ ˈkɹɛɾɪt ˈkɑrd./

                    


I'll pay in cash.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈpeɪ ɪn ˈkæʃ./

                    


I'll take this dress.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈteɪk ˈðɪs ˈdɹɛs./

                    


I'll take this.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈteɪk ˈðɪs./

                    


I'll think about it.

/ˈaɪɫ ˈθɪŋk əˈbaʊt ˈɪt./

                    


I'm a size 8.

/ˈaɪm ə ˈsaɪz ˈeɪt./

                    


I'm a student.

/ˈaɪm ə ˈstudn̩t./

                    


I'm afraid I don't like this book.

/ˈaɪm əˈfɹeɪd ˈaɪ ˈdoʊnt ˈlaɪk ˈðɪs ˈbʊk./

                    


I'm afraid you can't.

/ˈaɪm əˈfɹeɪd ˈju ˈkænt./

                    


I'm fine!

/ˈaɪm ˈfaɪn!/

                    


I'm French.

/ˈaɪm ˈfɹɛntʃ./

                    


I'm from Germany.

/ˈaɪm fɹəm ˈdʒɝmənɪ./

                    


I'm going to leave.

/ˈaɪm ˈɡoʊɪŋ tu ˈliv./

                    


I'm going to this address.

/ˈaɪm ˈɡoʊɪŋ tu ˈðɪs ˈæˌdɹɛs./

                    


I'm going to US.

/ˈaɪm ˈɡoʊɪŋ tu ˈju-ˈɛs./

                    


I'm hungry.

/ˈaɪm ˈhʌŋɡɹɪ./

                    


I'm okay, thanks.

/ˈaɪm oˈkeɪ, ˈθæŋks./

                    


I'm retired.

/ˈaɪm ɹɪˈtaɪɚd./

                    


I'm sick.

/ˈaɪm ˈsɪk./

                    


I'm single.

/ˈaɪm ˈsɪŋɡəɫ./

                    


I'm sorry!

/ˈaɪm ˈsɔrɪ!/

                    


I'm sure that he will win.

/ˈaɪm ˈʃʊr ðət ˈhi ˈwɪɫ ˈwɪn./

                    


I'm tired.

/ˈaɪm ˈtaɪɚd./

                    


I'm twenty-three years old.

/ˈaɪm ˈtwɛni-ˈθɹi ˈjɪrz ˈoʊɫd./

                    


I'm with a friend.

/ˈaɪm ˈwɪθ ə ˈfɹɛnd./

                    


I've got flu.

/ˈaɪv ˈɡɑt ˈflu./

                    


I've got three kids.

/ˈaɪv ˈɡɑt ˈθɹi ˈkɪdz./

                    


I've just got here.

/ˈaɪv ˈdʒʌst ˈɡɑt ˈhɪr./

                    


Is it a direct train?

/ˈɪz ˈɪt ə dɚˈɹɛkt ˈtɹeɪn?/

                    


Is it far from here?

/ˈɪz ˈɪt ˈfɑr fɹəm ˈhɪr?/

                    


Is there a city tour?

/ˈɪz ˈðɛr ə ˈsɪɾɪ ˈtʊr?/

                    


Is this a direct flight?

/ˈɪz ˈðɪs ə dɚˈɹɛkt ˈflaɪt?/

                    


Is this seat taken?

/ˈɪz ˈðɪs ˈsit ˈteɪkən?/

                    


It is too spicy.

/ˈɪt ˈɪz ˈtu ˈspaɪsɪ./

                    


It seems to me very strange.

/ˈɪt ˈsimz ˈtu ˈmi ˈvɛrɪ ˈstɹeɪndʒ./

                    


It suits you.

/ˈɪt ˈsuts ˈju./

                    


It was good seeing you.

/ˈɪt ˈwəz ˈɡʊd ˈsiɪŋ ˈju./

                    


It wasn't my fault.

/ˈɪt ˈwʌzn̩t ˈmaɪ ˈfɑɫt./

                    


It's beautiful.

/ˈɪts ˈbjuɾɪfəɫ./

                    


It's boring.

/ˈɪts ˈbɔrɪŋ./

                    


It's okay.

/ˈɪts oˈkeɪ./

                    


It's too hot.

/ˈɪts ˈtu ˈhɑt./

                    


Join me for lunch.

/ˈdʒɔɪn ˈmi ˈfɔr ˈlʌntʃ./

                    


Keep the change.

/ˈkip ðə ˈtʃeɪndʒ./

                    


Left.

/ˈlɛft./

                    


Let's go swimming.

/ˈlɛts ˈɡoʊ ˈswɪmɪŋ./

                    


Let's go!

/ˈlɛts ˈɡoʊ!/

                    


Let's talk more at lunch.

/ˈlɛts ˈtɑk ˈmɔr ət ˈlʌntʃ./

                    


Merry Christmas!

/ˈmɛrɪ ˈkɹɪsməs!/

                    


My car broke down.

/ˈmaɪ ˈkɑr ˈbɹoʊk ˈdaʊn./

                    


My name is John.

/ˈmaɪ ˈneɪm ˈɪz ˈdʒɑn./

                    


My name is Mary.

/ˈmaɪ ˈneɪm ˈɪz ˈmɛrɪ./

                    


Never mind.

/ˈnɛvɚ ˈmaɪnd./

                    


Next!

/ˈnɛkst!/

                    


Nice to meet you!

/ˈnaɪs tə ˈmit ˈju!/

                    


No problem.

/ˈnoʊ ˈpɹɑbləm./

                    


No!

/ˈnoʊ!/

                    


No, I'm not free.

/ˈnoʊ, ˈaɪm ˈnɑt ˈfɹi./

                    


No, thanks!

/ˈnoʊ, ˈθæŋks!/

                    


No, thanks, I already ate.

/ˈnoʊ, ˈθæŋks, ˈaɪ ɑɫˈɹɛɾɪ ˈeɪt./

                    


Not bad!

/ˈnɑt ˈbæd!/

                    


Not much.

/ˈnɑt ˈmʌtʃ./

                    


Of course!

/əv ˈkɔrs!/

                    


Oh, surely not!

/ˈoʊ, ˈʃʊrlɪ ˈnɑt!/

                    


OK.

/oˈkeɪ./

                    


On the second floor.

/ˈɑn ðə ˈsɛkənd ˈflɔr./

                    


One moment please!

/ˈwʌn ˈmoʊmənt ˈpliz!/

                    


One ticket, please.

/ˈwʌn ˈtɪkət, ˈpliz./

                    


Open this bag.

/ˈoʊpən ˈðɪs ˈbæɡ./

                    


Please fasten your seat belt.

/ˈpliz ˈfæsn̩ ˈjɔr ˈsit ˈbɛɫt./

                    


Please!

/ˈpliz!/

                    


Right.

/ˈɹaɪt./

                    


Same to you!

/ˈseɪm ˈtu ˈju!/

                    


See you later!

/ˈsi ˈju ˈleɪɾɚ!/

                    


See you soon!

/ˈsi ˈju ˈsun!/

                    


See you soon!

/ˈsi ˈju ˈsun!/

                    


See you tomorrow!

/ˈsi ˈju təˈmɑroʊ!/

                    


She is not well.

/ˈʃi ˈɪz ˈnɑt ˈwɛɫ./

                    


She is very shy.

/ˈʃi ˈɪz ˈvɛrɪ ˈʃaɪ./

                    


Shut up!

/ˈʃʌt ˈʌp!/

                    


Sir!

/ˈsɝ!/

                    


Sorry!

/ˈsɔrɪ!/

                    


Sorry, I can't talk longer.

/ˈsɔrɪ, ˈaɪ ˈkænt ˈtɑk ˈlɑŋɡɚ./

                    


Sorry, I can't.

/ˈsɔrɪ, ˈaɪ ˈkænt./

                    


Sounds good.

/ˈsaʊndz ˈɡʊd./

                    


Sure.

/ˈʃʊr./

                    


Take off your shoes.

/ˈteɪk ˈɑf ˈjɔr ˈʃuz./

                    


Thank you so much.

/ˈθæŋk ˈju ˈsoʊ ˈmʌtʃ./

                    


Thank you very much!

/ˈθæŋk ˈju ˈvɛrɪ ˈmʌtʃ!/

                    


Thank you!

/ˈθæŋk ˈju!/

                    


Thanks, you too!

/ˈθæŋks, ˈju ˈtu!/

                    


That smells bad.

/ˈðæt ˈsmɛɫz ˈbæd./

                    


That sounds great.

/ˈðæt ˈsaʊndz ˈɡɹeɪt./

                    


That's a good idea.

/ˈðæts ə ˈɡʊd aɪˈdiə./

                    


That's all right.

/ˈðæts ˈɑɫ ˈɹaɪt./

                    


That's expensive.

/ˈðæts ɪkˈspɛntsɪv./

                    


That's my seat.

/ˈðæts ˈmaɪ ˈsit./

                    


The bill, please.

/ðə ˈbɪɫ, ˈpliz./

                    


The menu, please.

/ðə ˈmɛnˌju, ˈpliz./

                    


The room's too noisy.

/ðə ˈɹumz ˈtu ˈnɔɪzɪ./

                    


This is my boyfriend.

/ˈðɪs ˈɪz ˈmaɪ ˈbɔɪˌfɹɛnd./

                    


This is my girlfriend.

/ˈðɪs ˈɪz ˈmaɪ ˈɡɝɫˌfɹɛnd./

                    


This way?

/ˈðɪs ˈweɪ?/

                    


Tickets, please.

/ˈtɪkəts, ˈpliz./

                    


Very good!

/ˈvɛrɪ ˈɡʊd!/

                    


Very good, thank you!

/ˈvɛrɪ ˈɡʊd, ˈθæŋk ˈju!/

                    


We like it very much.

/ˈwi ˈlaɪk ˈɪt ˈvɛrɪ ˈmʌtʃ./

                    


Welcome!

/ˈwɛɫkəm!/

                    


Well done.

/ˈwɛɫ ˈdʌn./

                    


What are you doing?

/ˈwɑt ˈɑr ˈju ˈduɪŋ?/

                    


What do you do?

/ˈwɑt ˈdu ˈju ˈdu?/

                    


What do you mean?

/ˈwɑt ˈdu ˈju ˈmin?/

                    


What do you think of...?

/ˈwɑt ˈdu ˈju ˈθɪŋk əv...?/

                    


What do you think?

/ˈwɑt ˈdu ˈju ˈθɪŋk?/

                    


What is happening?

/ˈwɑt ˈɪz ˈhæpənɪŋ?/

                    


What is it?

/ˈwɑt ˈɪz ˈɪt?/

                    


What is Patricia like?

/ˈwɑt ˈɪz pəˈtɹɪʃə ˈlaɪk?/

                    


What is that?

/ˈwɑt ˈɪz ˈðæt?/

                    


What is your name?

/ˈwɑt ˈɪz ˈjɔr ˈneɪm?/

                    


What is your nationality?

/ˈwɑt ˈɪz ˈjɔr ˌnæʃəˈnæləɾɪ?/

                    


What should I wear?

/ˈwɑt ʃəd ˈaɪ ˈwɛr?/

                    


What's the matter?

/ˈwɑts ðə ˈmæɾɚ?/

                    


What's this called?

/ˈwɑts ˈðɪs ˈkɑɫd?/

                    


What's up?

/ˈwɑts ˈʌp?/

                    


What's your name?

/ˈwɑts ˈjɔr ˈneɪm?/

                    


What's your opinion of the book?

/ˈwɑts ˈjɔr əˈpɪnjən əv ðə ˈbʊk?/

                    


What's your phone number?

/ˈwɑts ˈjɔr ˈfoʊn ˈnʌmbɚ?/

                    


What's your size?

/ˈwɑts ˈjɔr ˈsaɪz?/

                    


What?

/ˈwɑt?/

                    


When does the bus leave?

/ˈwɛn ˈdʌz ðə ˈbʌs ˈliv?/

                    


When is the flight to Rome?

/ˈwɛn ˈɪz ðə ˈflaɪt ˈtu ˈɹoʊm?/

                    


When were you born?

/ˈwɛn ˈwɝ ˈju ˈbɔrn?/

                    


When?

/ˈwɛn?/

                    


Where are you flying to?

/ˈwɛr ˈɑr ˈju ˈflaɪɪŋ ˈtu?/

                    


Where are you from?

/ˈwɛr ˈɑr ˈju ˈfɹʌm?/

                    


Where can I find dresses?

/ˈwɛr kən ˈaɪ ˈfaɪnd ˈdɹɛsəz?/

                    


Where do I board?

/ˈwɛr ˈdu ˈaɪ ˈbɔrd?/

                    


Where do you live?

/ˈwɛr ˈdu ˈju ˈlɪv?/

                    


Where do you work?

/ˈwɛr ˈdu ˈju ˈwɝk?/

                    


Where is he?

/ˈwɛr ˈɪz ˈhi?/

                    


Where is she?

/ˈwɛr ˈɪz ˈʃi?/

                    


Where is the exit?

/ˈwɛr ˈɪz ðə ˈɛksət?/

                    


Where is the gym?

/ˈwɛr ˈɪz ðə ˈdʒɪm?/

                    


Where is the restaurant?

/ˈwɛr ˈɪz ðə ˈɹɛstɚˌɹɑnt?/

                    


Where is the subway?

/ˈwɛr ˈɪz ðə ˈsʌbˌweɪ?/

                    


Where is the train station?

/ˈwɛr ˈɪz ðə ˈtɹeɪn ˈsteɪʃən?/

                    


Where would you like to go?

/ˈwɛr wəd ˈju ˈlaɪk tə ˈɡoʊ?/

                    


Where's the check-in?

/ˈwɛrz ðə ˈtʃɛkˌɪn?/

                    


Where's the washroom?

/ˈwɛrz ðə ˈwɑʃˌɹum?/

                    


Where's this address?

/ˈwɛrz ˈðɪs ˈæˌdɹɛs?/

                    


Where?

/ˈwɛr?/

                    


Which gate?

/ˈwɪtʃ ˈɡeɪt?/

                    


Which one is cheaper?

/ˈwɪtʃ ˈwʌn ˈɪz ˈtʃipɚ?/

                    


Which platform?

/ˈwɪtʃ ˈplætˌfɔrm?/

                    


Which would you prefer?

/ˈwɪtʃ wəd ˈju pɹɪˈfɝ?/

                    


Who are you with?

/ˈhu ˈɑr ˈju ˈwɪθ?/

                    


Who do you live with?

/ˈhu ˈdu ˈju ˈlɪv ˈwɪθ?/

                    


Who?

/ˈhu?/

                    


Why did you say that?

/ˈwaɪ ˈdɪd ˈju ˈseɪ ˈðæt?/

                    


With pleasure.

/ˈwɪθ ˈplɛʒɚ./

                    


Would you like to dance?

/wəd ˈju ˈlaɪk tə ˈdænts?/

                    


Yes!

/ˈjɛs!/

                    


Yes, I'm free.

/ˈjɛs, ˈaɪm ˈfɹi./

                    


Yes, please!

/ˈjɛs, ˈpliz!/

                    


Yes, sure.

/ˈjɛs, ˈʃʊr./

                    


Yes, that's fine.

/ˈjɛs, ˈðæts ˈfaɪn./

                    


You have a very nice car.

/ˈju ˈhæv ə ˈvɛrɪ ˈnaɪs ˈkɑr./

                    


You're very nice.

/ˈjɔr ˈvɛrɪ ˈnaɪs./

                    


You're welcome!

/ˈjɔr ˈwɛɫkəm!/

                    


Your name, please.

/ˈjɔr ˈneɪm, ˈpliz./

                    


Your passport, please.

/ˈjɔr ˈpæsˌpɔrt, ˈpliz./