Casual Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences in Different Scenarios – Top 600+ Terms)/
Sickness, Loss, and Misfortune

Sickness, Loss, and Misfortune

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How are you feeling (today)?

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used to ask about someone's thoughts or emotions that day

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Are you feeling any better?

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used to ask if someone's feelings or well-being has improved

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I'm not feeling (very) well.

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means one does not feel good or at ease

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I hope you get better soon. / I hope you feel better soon.

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used to wish someone a speedy recovery from an illness or bad situation

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Take good care of yourself.

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used to express concern for someone; means you hope they look after themselves despite difficult circumstances

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Get well soon!

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used to express hope that someone recovers from an illness

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I'm so sorry. / I'm very sorry.

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used to express sympathy for someone's loss or misfortune

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I'm so sorry for your loss. / I'm very sorry for your loss.

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said to someone whose relative or close friend has recently died

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I can't tell you how sorry I am. / Words can't express how sorry I am.

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used to express strong sympathy for someone who is going through a difficult time, especially the loss of a loved one

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I'm (so) sorry to hear that.

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used to express sympathy for someone going through a difficult time; usually said upon first hearing about the sad news

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My condolences.

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an expression of sympathy most often used on the occasion of a death

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You have my sympathy. / You have my sympathies.

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said to let someone know you share in their pain or sorrow in going through a difficult time

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I share your pain.

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used to express sympathy for someone's suffering or sorrow

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How are you doing?

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asked to see how someone is feeling, especially if they seem sad or troubled

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I'm here if you need me.

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a polite offer to be with someone or help them out in their time of need

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Our thoughts are with you.

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used to express sympathy or concern for someone during a difficult time

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You are (always) in our prayers.

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an expression of sympathy said to someone in times of hardship

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We'll keep you in our prayers. / We'll hold you in our prayers.

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said to let someone know you are thinking about them and wishing them well in their time of difficulty

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