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Introducing and Greeting People:

Introducing and Greeting People Greeting People Hello/ Hi.Good morning Good afternoon Good evening

Introducing People :

Introducing People What's your name? My name is … I am … Haven't we met (before)? Yes, I think we have. No, I don't think we have.I think we've already met. This is …Meet …Have you met …? Yes, I have.No , I haven't.Yes , I think I have.No , I don't think I have. Hello, … (name)Nice to meet you. (informal)Pleased to meet you.How do you do? (formal)Nice to see you.Nice to see you again.

Say Goodbye:

Say Goodbye (It was) nice meeting you. Good bye.Bye . / See you. See you later. See you soon. See you tomorrow. See you next week. Good night.


Health How are you? How are you today? Fine, thank you/thanks. Not too bad.Very well. I'm okay / all right. Not too well, actually. What's wrong with you? What's the matter with you? Are you all right?I'm tired . I'm exhausted . I've got a cold.

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Two friends meeting Friends often say "Hi" to each other. Then they often ask a general question, such as "How are you?" or "How are things?" or "How's life?" The reply to this question is normally positive. "Fine thanks, and you?" "Fine thanks, what about yourself?" "Not bad." Or "Can't complain."

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Greeting people you don't know You can use "Hello" with people you don't know, but a more formal greeting is "Good morning / afternoon / evening." The other person normally replies with the same greeting as you have used and then makes polite conversation, such as "How was your trip?" or "Did you find our office easily?"

At an informal Birthday party :

At an informal Birthday party "Hello, I'm Nitika ." Or "Hello, my name's Nitika ." The reply could be: "Hi, I'm Aditi ." Or "Hello Nitika , I'm Aditi ." Or "Nice to meet you, I'm Aditi ."




Introductions should bring people together, not alienate them When introducing yourself... extend your hand, smile, and clearly state your first and last names. “Hi. I’m Pranath .” Always make eye contact as you shake hands. When introducing others, use the first and last names of each individual.

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regardless of status (unless you are introducing a child to an adult) Traditionally, a man is presented to a woman, and a younger person is presented to an older person When you are seated at a party in someone’s home, both men and women should stand to greet new arrivals

Introducing a friend to someone:

Introducing a friend to someone “ Aditi , have you met my friend Rahul ?" “ Aditi , I'd like you to meet my friend Rahul ." Aditi says: "Pleased to meet you, Rahul ." Or "Nice to meet you, Rahul ." Rahul could say: "Nice to meet you too, Aditi ." Or "Hello, Aditi ."

Speaking Tips :

Speaking Tips

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"How do you do?" is quite formal for British English speakers and the reply to this question is to repeat the phrase, "How do you do?" (as strange as that may sound!) At a more informal party When you introduce two of your friends to each other, you can simply say, “ Rahul , this is Aditi ."

Don't forget to smile!:

Don't forget to smile!

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