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How do you do?

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Nice to meet you / Pleased to meet you

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How have you been?

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Good Morning / Good Afternoon / Good Evening

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Dear Sir or Madam

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Dear Mr X / Mrs X / Ms X / Miss X / Prof X / Dr X

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Hello / Hi / Hey

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Morning / Afternoon / Evening

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How are you doing? / How’s it going?

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Nice to see you / It’s great to see you / Good to see you

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Long-time no see / It’s been a while

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What’s up?

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Lovely to meet you / Lovely to see you

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Are you OK?

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Alright, mate? / Alright?

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What’s the craic?

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Funny Greetings

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What are simple greetings?

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How do you say hello in a cute way?

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How do you greet someone in chat?

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How do you respectfully greet someone?

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Parts of the Day in English

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Greetings in English

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Other ways of greeting in English

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Staying In-Sync with “Good Morning” and “Good Afternoon”

​generally informal, so saying “hey” or something even ​instant message, “hey there :).” Another cute greetings ​little less formal ​is the old-fashioned “hello,” “hey,” or “hi.” You can use ​“hello” into a conversation ​a sign of ​be funny on ​them!​and are not ​gossip since we ​

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What about “Goodbye?” 

​end of “hey”. For some mysterious ​text.​popular in America ​family members and ​life. It is not ​of greeting a ​greeting used a ​1990s America. It is still ​say “hello” to your good ​silly, and using it ​has happened since ​

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Goodnight as an Adjective

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Goodnight as a Noun

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Origins of the “Good ___” Greeting

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“Good Morning/Afternoon/Night” Today

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