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Greetings and farewells: useful phrases
Hi. / Hello. / How are you (doing)?/ Good .(until twelve o'clock) / Good . (until about six o'clock)/ Good . (after six o'clock).
Note that “How do you do?” is only used when people meet each other for the first time. The answer should always be “How do you do?”
When somebody says “How you?” you can say:
Fine, thanks. How are you? / OK, thanks. How are you? / Pretty good. How are you? / Just fine. / Not so bad thanks. How are you? / Can't complain, thanks. How are you?
Let your reply be unless a close friend asks and you assume he or she actually wants to know. If you do not feel that , you could say:
So-so, thanks. How are you? / Not so good, actually. How are you?
Goodbye. / Bye. / Bye-bye. / See you . / care.
More expressions you can use (also in combination with “Goodbye”) are:
Nice talking to you. / I look forward to seeing you soon. / It was nice meeting you. / It was nice you again.
Introducing :
Hello, I’m Jenny. / I don't think we’ve met. I'm Philip Wilson. / May I introduce myself? I’m Ms Dixon. / I’d better myself. My name’s Williams. / You must be Jenny. I'm John. / I'm Peter Jennings. How do you ?
Introducing other :
Hi, this is my best friend Kathy / This is Jenny from my English class. / Tom, I'd like you to Ms Dalton. / Shirley, I'd like to introduce Tom Brokaw. / Let me everybody: My wife, Elizabeth; my manager, Mr O'Shea; ...
Responding to an :
Hello. / Hi. / How do you do?/ to meet you. / Nice to meet you.