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ENGLISH FOR DAILY USE Greeting and General Things Greeting – Basic

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There are many ways to greet someone. We'll learn about the most common way to greet someone in this lesson.
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  1 ENGLISH FOR DAILY USE Greeting and General Things Greeting  –   Basic There are many ways to greet someone. We'll learn about the most common way to greet  someone in this lesson. I - Greeting someone you never met ( ทักทายคนท คณไมเคยพบ )   Key phrases •  Nice to meet you. • Good to know you.   •  pleased to meet you •  What's your job? •  What do you do?   Greeting - Example Conversations Listen to the Entire Lesson   Lets look at several example conversations. Then we can move on to the practice section. Person A: "Hi, my name is Steve. It's nice to meet you."  Person B: "I'm Jack. It's a pleasure to meet you, Steve."  Person A: "What do you do for a living Jack?" Person B: "I ’m a nurse ." Person A: "What is your name?"  Person B: "Jackson."  Person A: " Excuse me? "   2 Instructions a)   Your instructor will read the entire conversation while you listen b)   Your instructor will read for A and you shall read for B c)   You shall then read for A while your instructor reads for B.   d)   Complete the conversation by filling in the blanks with your own words /phrases A: "It's nice to meet you. My name is Jack." B: "I'm Steve. It's a pleasure to meet you." A:  Excuse me?  B: "Steve." A: "So Steve, What do you do?" B: "I ’m a teacher . How about you?" A: "I'm a student." B: "That's great. It was nice meeting you." A: "Yeah. It was a pleasure meeting you. A: "It's nice to meet you. My name is Jack." B: "I'm Steve. ………………………………………. ." A:  Excuse me?  B: "Steve." A: "So Steve, What do you do?" B: "I ’m ………………………………………. How about you?" A: "I'm a student." B: "That's great. It was nice meeting you." A: "Yeah. It was a pleasure meeting you.  3  4 II Greeting someone you know A)   Greeting someone you have met after a very long time. Expressions Hey John, how have you been? Other expressions  How are you doing?  How have you been?  How's everything? What's new? What's up? Possible responses -Not bad - I’m doing well -Everything is good thanks  5 Exercise: Assume you have just met your teacher after a very long time. Fill in the blanks below and discuss your answer with your teacher. A:  Hey Mark, ……………………………………………………………. ?   (   How are you doing? How have you been? What's new? What's up? )   B: ……………………………………………………………………….  Hi Nancy, what have you been up to? Possible responses -  Nothing much - I’m pretty tied up with work.   B: Greeting someone you meet unexpectedly Hey Mark, it’s good to see you. What are you doing here? - I’ve just come shopping - I’m here for my regular check up .  
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