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In this lesson we will learn about phrases you can use to greet people in English.
Gibson: Hello. I'm Gibson Washington.
Fred: Hello Gibson. I'm Fred Harris. How are you doing?
Gibson: I’m fine, thanks. Pleased to meet you. And thank you for taking the time to meet me today.
Fred: It's my pleasure. Would you like to have some tea or coffee?
Gibson: No thanks. I’m good.
Mason: Hey! I'm Mason.
Ammey: Hi. I'm Ammey.
Mason: Nice to meet you, Ammey. Where are you from?
Ammey: I’m from Chicago. What about you?
Mason: I'm from Massachusetts.
Ammey: I've always wanted to visit there. How long have you been in Detroit?
Mason: I got here a week ago.
Ammey: Really? Then today is probably your first day at the campus! Well, you’ll love it here.
Ammey: Hi, I’m Ammey. Have we met before?
Sarah: Hi Ammey. No, I don’t think so. I'm Sarah.
Ammey: Hi Sarah, good to meet you. So, how do you know Jimmy?
Sarah: Oh, he is my first cousin. I came to visit my aunt for the holidays.
Ammey: Cool. It’s always nice to visit relatives.
Sarah: That's right. And how do you know Jimmy?
Ammey: Actually, Jimmy and I work at the same ice cream parlour.
Sarah: No way! He never told me he works. I thought he was just a student.
Ammey: We do! We work and study!
Fred: Hey Mason! Long time, no see! How have you been?
Mason: Oh man! What a surprise! How are you?
Fred: I’m very good! It’s good to see you again, buddy!
Mason: Do you come here often?
Fred: Not really. I’m here for a meeting today.
Mason: Why don’t you join me for dinner?
Fred: I would love to, but, right now I’m with some company. Let’s catch up again sometime.
Mason: Oh, sure! Anytime!