Free is an interesting word in English, because it has a lot of different uses… not just the one that talks about money or no money. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how we can use this interesting adjective, free.
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:
- That restaurant offers free coffee refills.
- Most of the stores in my neighborhood offer free parking.
- Would you like to have a cookie? They are free.
- I got a pair of socks for free when I bought these sneakers.
- The ice cream shop gives tasting samples for free.
- I got a T-shirt for free when I joined the gym.
- If you’d like to have a meeting I am free all day tomorrow.
- Let me know when you’re free. I have a few questions to ask you.
- It’s the weekend. I am finally free.
- There were no free tables at the restaurant so we sat at the bar.
- It took me a while to find a free seat on the train.
- I couldn’t find any free parking spaces near the theater.
- My sister likes to drink sugar-free cola.
- In New York City if you buy less than $100 worth of clothes, your purchase is tax-free.
- I bought a bottle of wine at the duty free shop in the airport.
- In this town, all of the restaurants are smoke-free.
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