Greetings, Addressing, Introducing
How do you do?
Good morning! — 01:00 — 12:00 (noon)
Good afternoon! — 12:00 — 17:00 (tea time)
Good evening! — 17:00 — 21:00
Good night! — after dusk
A: How are you doing?
B: I am fine, thank you! How about you?
A: How are things with you?
B: Everything is good, thank you! How are yours?
A: How is it going?
B: All is fine, thank you! And how are you?
A: How are you?
B: Fine, thanks. And you?
A: How is it?
B: OK! And you?
A: What's up?
B: Cool! You?
A: Everything's fine?
B: Yeah, great! And you?
Excuse me, please, (............)?
Officer Condor (the police)
Father John (prist)
Captain Deepwaters (captain of a ship, Military rank)
Private Straight (soldier)
To a group
Ladies and gentlemen
To a man
To a woman
To a group
A: Let me introduce. My name is (name, surname)Ludwig Barrow II.
What is (are) your name(s)?
B: My name is Rosa AzaliaKringe. I am glad to meet you!
A: I am pleased to meet you too! How do you find the weather today?
B: Oh, it is terrible, actually. It never stops raining ...
V: Hello, name's Vic. And you are?
T: I'm Tania. Nice to meet you!
V: Glad to meet you too!Tania, this is my friend Nick! Nick, Tania!
T: Hi! How are you, Nick?
N: Fine, thanks. You?
T: Great! Well, guys, where are you from?
V: We are local, really. And where are you from?
T: Oh, I'm from LA, the USA.
N: Long way, isn't it?
Have a good day!
See you (soon, later, around, tomorrow, etc.)
Let's call it a day!