Speaking out of home

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When we go out of home, we see different situations. We speak according to these situations.

Have a look-

  • Where does this road lead?
  • This road leads to Mumbai.
  • Where is the bus stop?
  • The bus stop is near.
  • How is the bus frequency?
  • The bus frequency is too low at this bus stop.
  • Better you go to the next bus stop.
  • Always walk on the footpath.
  • A shopping mall is just next to the railway station.
  • The mall is really nice.
  •  There is also a multiplex.
  • We see the richness at this place.
  • This place is for rich people.
  • This place is not affordable for us.
  • One should earn at least a hundred thousand per month to stay here. 
  • Oh, it’s beyond our capacity.
  • We should be the owner of a company.
  • Not necessary. We can earn by other means also.
  • I forgot. I have a meeting.
  • I should reach there in time. Come what may.
  • Take a cab so that you will reach in time.
  • You have done a good job.
  • Better suggestion
  • There is too much traffic everywhere in Mumbai.
  • We have to manage the time very carefully.
  • Survival in Mumbai is very tough.
  • But everyone can get the source of income here.
  • I had a good time with you.
  • Thank you
  • Me too

Hi, I am Madhuri Kherde, an educationist, ex-principal of a secondary school in Mumbai, and founder of EnglishLamp.com. I have been teaching English and Mathematics for the last thirty-four years. I like to share my knowledge and experience with others. So I hope you enjoy my posts on this website.