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© 2011 wheresjenny.com Greeting Someone
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Key Important-Punctuality Warm Welcome-Shake Hands Welcoming with Smile – Shows Expression of Happiness Self Introduction/Introducing your colleague/Business Partner
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Useful phrases to greet someone. Hello ! Hi! How are you? Good morning/ afternoon/ evening. Good/ Nice to see you again. I’m glad/ happy/ pleased to see you. Its been ages that I haven’t see you. Its been a while since I saw you last. What have you been upto? How are things?
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Useful phrases for Introducing Yourself Let me introduce myself. I am Devanshi.Dadia I am in charge of sales at Blue Top.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Introducing someone else Can/ May I introduce a good friend of mine? This is …. Have you met … ? I’d like you to meet …. I want you to meet ….
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Arranging for the transfer facilities for the client.Pick Up and Drop Keeping the conference room Ready Arranging for Snacks and Tea time.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Useful phrases to welcome your guests. How do you do? Pleased to meet you. Its pleasure to meet you. How are you?How you doing? Very well.Thank you.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com I don’t think we have met. Please have a seat. Thanks for agreeing to meet me. Can I offer you something to drink? Can I take your coat?
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Making contact Excuse me, are you Mrs … ? - Yes, that’s right. Hello, you must be Mrs …. You are Mr …, aren’t you? Have we met? How do you do? – I am fine and how about you? Nice to meet you. - Nice to meet you, too. Please, call me …. - Then you must call me ….
© 2011 wheresjenny.com 1 What is the difference between these phrases? a (i) How do you do? (ii) How are you? b (i) Excuse me, are you Mrs Kramer? (ii) Sorry, I don’t know your name. c (i) May I introduce myself? (ii) Hi everybody. My name’s Jim Sellers. d (i) This is Mary. (ii) Let me introduce you to Mary Higgins.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Complete the following conversations with the most appropriate words or phrases. 1.M = Martin, J = Jacqueline M Excuse me, ____________ Jacqueline Turner? J Yes, that’s ____________. M May I ____________ myself? I’m Martin Young. How do you do? J ____________, Mr Young. 2.C = Chris, F = Frank C Hello, Chris Evans. Mind if I join you? F Oh, ____________ not. Frank Richards. C ____________ to meet you, Frank. So how are you finding the conference so far? F Actually, I’ve only arrived this morning. C All right. I …
© 2011 wheresjenny.com 3. L = Lin, D = Dan, P = Peter L Dan! Good to see you again. ____________ are things? D Hello, Lin. Fine, thanks. Pretty busy, as always, I suppose. Can I introduce you to a colleague of ____________, Peter Winston? Peter, this is Lin Farrell. P Nice to meet you, Ms Farrell. L Nice to meet you, too. ____________, call me Lin. P Then you ____________ call me Peter.
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