Thanks. Thank you. Thanks a lot. Thank you very much. Thank you very much indeed. It was very kind of you. I appreciate your help. You’ve been very helpful.
Thanks anyway. Thank you for (looking). Thanks for (trying). It doesn’t matter. Thanks. Never mind. Thanks.
You’re welcome. (US) Not at all. (formal, UK) Don’t mention it. (It’s) my pleasure. It was nothing. That’s alright/OK. No problem. Any time.
Self-introduction to neighbor Chompoo: Hi. I’m Chompoo from Thailand. I came here to study. Mark: Oh!Hello Chompoo. So you’re our new neighbor from Thailand. I’m Mark. Chompoo: Nice to meet you, Mark. Mark: Nice to meet you too, Chompoo and welcome to America. Chompoo: Thank you very much.
Self-introduction to a colleague Chompoo: Hi. I’m Chompoo from the marketing department. Mark: Oh!Hello Chompoo. I’m Mark. I’m from the foreign affairs department. Chompoo: Nice to meet you, Mark. Mark: Nice to meet you too, Chompoo.
Self-introduction to a customer Chompoo: Good morning, Sir, I’m Chompoo from Elite Company. Mark: Good morning. I’m Mark. I’m the director here. Nice to meet you. Chompoo: Nice to meet you too. Mark: Please come to the meeting room over there.
Self-introduction at a meeting Peter: Good morning, everyone. We are here for the annual marketing-plan meeting. First of all, I’d like to introduce our new staff, Khun Jintana and Khun Sompob. Jintana: Good morning. I’m Jintana Yotsuk from Thailand. I’m a secretary. Sompob: Good morning. I’m Sompob Paibon. I’m a deputy manager.