Self Introduction – Different approaches to present “myself” (as well as other people) in English
Here’s an average discussion structure on contoh introduction.
A: Say “Greetings!”, “Hi!” and follow with an expression like “How are you?” or “How are things?”
B: Answer with an expression like “Fine” and pose An a comparable inquiry.
Here’s a model:
A: Hi Suzie. How right?
B: Fine much obliged. What’s more, you?
A. Better believe it, fine much obliged.
“Fine”, “Fine much obliged”, “alright”, “alright much obliged” all mean the equivalent.
“I’m well indeed, much obliged” is more formal.
“Not terrible much obliged”, “Can’t gripe” are more negative.
In formal circumstances, you can likewise say “Hello”, “Good evening” and “Goodbye”.
“Hello” = for the morning up to lunch.
“Good evening” = for the evening until early night (for example around 6pm)
“Goodbye” = for the remainder of the night
“Goodbye” = when you leave an individual toward the finish of the night, or when you hit the hay.
Here are some straightforward expressions you can utilize.
“I’m … ” (your first name/first name + family name)
“My name is … ” (your first name/first name + family name)
In formal circumstances, give your first name and family name. In casual circumstances give your first name.
The other individual says:
“Satisfied to meet you.” or “Ideal to meet you.” or “Great to meet you.”
A: Hi, I’m Clare.
B: Pleased to meet you! I’m Dave.
A: Good morning. I’m David Green.
B: Pleased to meet you. I’m John Harris.
A. Great to meet you.