Lesson 2 - More Useful Phrases


In this lesson you'll learn some more useful English phrases. You'll also learn the English words for the numbers 1 to 10. Flashards are included in the lesson to help you learn the vocabulary included in this lesson.

Practice pronouncing each of the following words and phrases. Listen to the audio recordings to ensure your pronunciation is correct.





A sentence is a word or group of words that makes a statement, asks a question, or expresses a command, wish, or exclamation.

The first letter of a sentence is capitalized. Statements, commands, and wishes end in a period (.), questions end in a question mark (?), and exclamations end in an exclamation mark (!).


A paragraph contains one or more sentences that express a single idea. A paragraph always starts on a new line. In some forms of writing, the first line of a paragraph is also indented.

English Phrases

Click on the Sound icon to hear how the phrase is pronounced.

Sound Don't worry.
Sound Excuse me.
Sound Good luck.
Sound I don't like it.
Sound I don't know.
Sound I'm sorry.
Sound I think so.
Sound It's easy.
Sound Let's go.
Sound That's fine.
Sound That's right.
Sound What's wrong?
Sound What do you think?
Sound What happened?
Sound What is that?
A person writing
Sophie writes down the new English vocabulary that she is learning.

Numbers (1 - 10)

The following table shows the English words for the numbers from 1 to 10.

Sound 1 one
Sound 2 two
Sound 3 three
Sound 4 four
Sound 5 five
Sound 6 six
Sound 7 seven
Sound 8 eight
Sound 9 nine
Sound 10 ten



Eric: Hi Mark. What's wrong.

Mark: I have an exam tomorrow, and I'm not ready.

Eric: Don't worry. You'll do fine.

Mark: I hope so.

Eric: Well, I'd better let you get back to studying. Good Luck.

Mark: Thanks. See you later.


Here is an online quiz to help you learn the English vocabulary introduced in this lesson.

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