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English Speaking Basics

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Spoken English Basic Grammer

Basic usage of ‘I’m’

Elaborate an action you are doing.

Most common, we use the word ‘in’ when we are enter a physical location like a room or a building.

 Examples I’m
“I’m in a car.”
“I’m in the shower.”
“I’m in the lobby.”
“I’m in a house.”

Variations of (I’m at/on/in)

 word ‘at’ when we are use its means tell someone where you at the present time are. The diff. between ‘at’ and ‘in’ is the physical location is general.

Some examples are:

“I’m at the Tea Shop.”

“I’m at the mall.”

“I’m at the education office.”

“I’m at the airport.”

“I’m at the park.”

Use of at ,in

in some cases you can use ‘at’ and ‘in’ that can be exchanged.

some examples:

“I’m at the grocery.”
“I’m in the grocery.”

“I’m at the park.”
“I’m in the park.”

“I’m at the mall.”
“I’m in the mall.”

Sometime when entering physical location like as a room or a building we use the word ‘in’.

Examples are given below:

“I’m in the shower.”
“I’m in the lobby.”
“I’m in a car.”
“I’m in a house.”
“I’m in a school.”

 

Using the word ‘on’ is belong to a non physical location like your time used by something others.

Examples:

“I’m on the phone.”
“I’m on my computer.”
“I’m on a bus.”

I’m + (verb)

‘I’m’ is a contraction of words ‘I am.’ By adding a verb to ‘I’m’  you express an action about yourself.

Here are some examples:

“I’m eating lunch.”
“I’m brushing my teeth.”

“I am texting.”
“I am dancing.”

“I am exercising.”
“I am sad.”
“I am learning.”

I have + (noun)

when we use word ‘I have’ you are inform someone of something you have acquired.

 Some examples:

“I have a cat.”
“I have a nice car.”
“I have a house.”
“I have a computer.”
“I have a headache.”

You might Listen the words ‘cannot’ and ‘won’t’ used with ‘I have. add this you can express what you will not put up.

Some examples:

“I cannot have that behavior in my house.”
“I cannot have you over tonight.”
“I won’t have anything to do with that.”

I have + (past participle)

another time, ‘I have’ shows possession . By add a past participle you are inform someone of a past.

Some examples:

“I have done it.”
“I have heard that before.”
“I have driven a car.”
“I have forgotten the words.”
“I have read that book.”

I used to + (verb)

‘Used to’ describe something that was done in the past tense.

Some examples:

“I used to develop website.”
“I used to walk every day.”
“I used to paint.”
“I used to smoke.”
“I used to work from home.”
“I used to live in United kingdom.”

I have to + (verb)

 ‘have to’ describe something that needs to take place certainty. ‘have to’ expresses soon,certainty.

Some examples:

“I have to switch school.”
“I have to use the phone.”
“I have to go to the washroom.”
“I have to leave.”

I wanna + (verb)

I wanna means something you want to do. Grammatically the word ‘wanna’ is incorrect . It is equal to ‘want to.’ Its become meaningful when we add with I.

Some examples are:

“I wanna talk.”
“I wanna search for a job.”
“I wanna order some food.”
“I wanna marry her.”
“I wanna listen to that song.”

By add the word ‘don’t’ its meaning change of what you are saying to someone ‘want’ to do to something.

Some examples:

“I don’t wanna talk.”
“I don’t wanna search for a job.”
“I don’t wanna marry him.”

I gotta + (verb)

 Grammatically ‘I gotta’ is  wrong. It is more of a spoken form. In proper grammar, we can say ‘I’ve got to’ or ‘I have got to’.when we are in spoken form we use gotta short form of ‘Go To’.

Some examples are given:

“I gotta manage my money.”
“I gotta obey the law.”
“I gotta move to a bigger hospital.”
“I gotta impress my boss.”
“I gotta brush my teethes.”

When we add the word ‘have’ its meaning of expression change into work done in near future.

 Examples:

“I have got to be on time to work.”
“I’ve gotta try harder at school.”
“I’ve gotta tell my wife I’ll be late.”
“I’ve gotta learn more about the  new law.”

I would like to + (verb)

Its used when what you become interested in doing something. It can be a physical action, mental action or verbal action.

Some examples:

“I would like to become a doctor.”
“I would like to see you more often.”
“I would like to thank you.”
“I would like to learn about Pets.”
“I would like to meet the Minister.”

I plan to + (verb)

‘Plan to’  something we like to do in the near future.

Some examples:

“I plan to find a new job.”
“I plan to relax on summer vacation.”
“I plan to surprise my class fellow.”
“I plan to wash my bike.”
“I plan to adopt a baby boy.”
“I plan to impress my girlfriend.”
“I plan to watch a English movie.”
“I plan to save more money.”
“I plan to read a story.”
“I plan to learn new thing.”

I feel like + (verb-ing)

 expressing to someone something you would enjoying.

Some examples:

“I feel like going for a car ride.”
“I feel like going to the party.”
“I feel like having a Rabit.”
“I feel like talking.”
“I feel like jumping.”
“I feel like having girl friend over to my house.”
“I feel like watching movie.”

I was busy + (verb-ing)

 The word ‘was’, you are telling something that happened before or to something in a past tense. Combining these word ‘busy’ you can say something that was occur you in a past time.

Some examples:

“I was busy thinking.”
“I was busy working.”
“I was busy cooking lunch.”
“I was busy talking on the mobile.”
“I was busy cleaning the window.”
“I was busy studying for my paper.”
“I was busy thinking of ideas for our business.”
“I was busy entertaining our friends.”
“I was busy completing my homework.”
“I was busy learning new ideas.”

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