FORMAL GREETING:: FORMAL GREETING: Good morning (until about lunch time, or before 12 a.m. Good afternoon (12-6 p.m.) Good evening (until about 9 p.m.)
INFORMAL GREETING:: INFORMAL GREETING: Hi, Jane! Morning, Jim! Hello THE RESPONSE: Hi, Jack! Morning, Tina! Hello
PowerPoint Presentation: THE INITIAL GREETING: THE RESPONSES: How are you? How’s it going? How are you doing? How’s life? Very well, thank you and how are you? I’m good/okay/alright. Oh, pretty good. Not too bad, thanks Fine thanks. Excellent.
PRE-CLOSING: PRE-CLOSING OK, then… I’ve got to go now. So, I’ll see you next week. I think I’d better be going now. Well, it’s time for me to leave. I think it’s already late at night. I must be going home.
LEAVE-TAKING: LEAVE-TAKING Good bye. Bye-bye. Bye Bye now. See you. Take care See you later Good night.
The Situation:: The Situation: You met your teacher on the way home. It’s about 2 p.m. what will you say to greet him? You are in your friend’s house. it’s about 7 p.m. you are going to go home now. What will you say? You are in the school yard. You met your classmate, Siska . It’s about 9 a.m. What will you say to her?