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The first time we meet someone, we begin the conversation with greetings and introductions. The conversation can either be formal or informal, hence greetings and introductions vary according to the conversation. It is important to introduce yourself in the right way in a conversation, especially in the case of interviews and formal conversations.
The following article gives you an idea of how to easily learn to give greetings and introductions in English.
Greetings and Introduction: Vocabulary and Phrases
In different situations, you will have to use different phrases and words to greet people and introduce ourselves. Taking into consideration of both formal and informal situations, a few example of the words or phrases that could be used are as follows:
- Good morning
- Good afternoon
- Good evening
- May I know your name, please?
- And your name is?
- Welcome to ….
- Very nice to meet you.
- My name is …..
- How are you today?
- I am fine, thank you.
- Your name?
- How you doing?
- All good?
- Not bad.
- Pretty good.
- Great catching up.
- Catch up soon.
Greetings and Introduction: Dialogues
Dialogues between two or more people could differ based on the type of situation that is either formal or informal depending on the person (s) opposite to you. A few examples of dialogues carried in both formal and informal situations are as follows:
Amy: Good Morning! You must be Raj.
Raj: Yes, good morning!
I am sorry, and your name is ….?
Amy: Well, my name is Amy. Very nice to meet you. Welcome to Kolkata!
Raj: Thank you Amy.
Amy: How are you today?
Raj: I am good, thank you, and yourself?
Amy: Very well, thanks for asking.
Lily: Hey! Robin?
Robin: Yeah! Your name?
Lily: Lily. Good to meet you.
Robin: You too.
Lily: How you doing?
Robin: Yeah, good. You?
Lily: Pretty fine!
The conversation also depends on your body language and tone of voice while talking.
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