Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Yesterday, on Meeting Monday, we talked about why you shouldn’t give too much detail when you respond to “How are you?” when you speak with an American.

Today we are going to role play two greeting situations:


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In the office:

A: Hi Lindsay how are you?

B: I’m doing well, thanks how are you?

A: Oh I’m doing well thanks. Thank you for asking.


A: Hi how are you, Lindsay?

B: Good, how are you (G)?

A: I’m good. Thank you


On campus (at your college or university)

A: Hey (G). How’s it going?

B: Great, what’s up Lindsay?


A: Hey (G) how are you?

B: I’m ok. How’s it going with you?

A: Very good, thanks.


Have you ever used the vocabulary words that we learned today?

What is your biggest challenge when it comes to meeting and greeting colleagues in English?

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