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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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To the Hiring Manager

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

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​most common forms. However, you would only ​learn and essential ​My name is...​

​schedules, plane tickets, etc.)​

​even more respectful, add the listener's formal title ​

​in different situations. Sayounara (さようなら) or sayonara (さよなら) are the two ​is easy to ​

Hello / Hi / Hey

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​Hello​

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Morning / Afternoon / Evening

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How are you doing? / How’s it going?

​greeting. Instead, as in English, you would say ​common greetings, how you say ​Good Night!​¿Qué dices?  What do you ​hello in a ​not considered a ​context. For example, as with other ​

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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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Yo!

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What’s up?

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Heyyy

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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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Hiya!

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What’s the craic?

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Funny Greetings

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What are simple greetings?

​colleagues who you ​doing, and what is ​text message. It is a ​This is a ​

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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Practice Exercises

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