Examples of English conversations offering help
A: Can I help you?
B: Yes. I’d like to make a withdrawal from my account, please.
A: My flight arrives at 9 pm.
B: Would you like me to meet you at the airport?
A: I’ve lost my keys.
B: Can you help me to look for them?
A: Will you be able to help me?
B: I’m not sure. I’ll think about it.
A: Could you help me prepare the dinner?
B: Yes, sure.
A: Martin is learning Spanish.
B: I can help him.
A: Make sure you install anti-virus software. This will protect your computer from viruses.
B: Can you please help me download it?
A: Have you made your travel arrangements for the sales conference yet?
B: If you want a good travel agent, I can help you find the best one.
A: Do you know who could help me?
B: The bank can help if you want to take out a mortgage.
A: My car is broken, so I came to work on the subway.
B: Do you want me to give you a lift home?
How to give an advice/help/suggestion
I advise you to …
Take my advice.
I recommend you …
You’d better …
I’ll have to help you.
Allow me to help you
Why don’t you …
Yes, I’ll listen to you.
I’ll take your advice.
I’ll think of it.
How to thank someone for the offered help
Thank you. It was very nice of you to help me.
You’ve been very generous to me. You’ve helped me a lot.
I want to thank you all for the help you had given me.
Thank you very much! I know I can rely on you if I need any help.
That’s very kind of you. Thank you for your help.
I was happy to help.