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1000 quests project

First Verbs

be there is have do go want can need think know say like speak learn understand Conjunctions

that (as in “I think that…” or “the woman that…”) and or but because though so (meaning “therefore”; e.g. “I wanted it, so I bought it”) if Prepositions

of to from in at (a place) at (a time) with about like (meaning “similar to”) for (warning, this one has several meanings that you need to take care of) before (also as a conjunction) after (also as a conjunction) during Question Words

who what where when why how how much which Adverbs

a lot a little well badly only also very too (as in “too tall”) too much so (as in “so tall”) so much more (know how to say “more … than …”) less (know how to say “less … than …”) as … as … (e.g. “as tall as”) most least better best worse worst now then here there maybe always usually often sometimes never today yesterday tomorrow soon almost already still even enough Adjectives

the, a (technically articles) this that good bad all some no any many few most other same different enough one two a few first next last (meaning “past”, e.g. “last Friday”) last (meaning “final”) easy hard early late important interesting fun boring beautiful big small happy sad busy excited tired ready favorite new right (meaning “correct”) wrong true Pronouns

Know them in the subject (“I”), direct object (“me”), indirect object (“to me”), and possessive (“my”) forms.

I you she he it we you (plural) they Nouns

If your language has grammatical gender, then learn each noun as “the

” with “the” in the correct gender. (e.g. in Spanish, instead of learning language = “idioma”, learn language = “el idioma”.) This will help you remember the gender.

everything something nothing everyone someone no one (name of the language you’re studying) English thing person place time (as in “a long time”) time (as in “I did it 3 times”) friend woman man money country (name of your home country) city language word food house store office company manager coworker job work (as in “I have a lot of work to do”) problem question idea life world day year week month hour mother, father, parent daughter, son, child wife, husband girlfriend, boyfriend More Verbs

work (as in a person working) work (meaning “to function”, e.g. “the TV works”) see use should believe practice seem come leave return give take bring look for find get (meaning “obtain”) receive buy try start stop (doing something) finish continue wake up get up eat eat breakfast (in several languages, this is a verb) eat lunch eat dinner happen feel create (aka “make”) cause (aka “make”) meet (meeting someone for the first time) meet (meaning “to bump into”) meet (an arranged meeting) ask (a question) ask for (aka “request”) wonder reply mean read write listen hear remember forget choose decide be born die kill live stay change help send study improve hope care Phrases

hello goodbye thank you you’re welcome excuse me (to get someone’s attention) sorry it’s fine (response to an apology) please yes no okay My name is What’s your name? Nice to meet you. How are you? I’m doing well, how about you? Sorry? / What? (if you didn’t hear something) How do you say __? What does __ mean? I don’t understand. Could you repeat that? Could you speak more slowly, please? Well (as in “well, I think…”) Really? I guess that It’s hot. (talking about the weather) It’s cold. (talking about the weather)

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