Introducing yourself<br />
Which of the following is not used in a formal greeting?<br />Good afternoon<br />Good evening<br />Good night<br />Good m...
Which is the correct response for the following dialogue?<br />A:  Good afternoon, my name is KiangchaiMongratkhun.<br />B...
It is expectable to call your boss’s boss, whom you have never met, by his nickname.<br />In private<br />Sometimes<br />N...
When you introduce yourself you should use<br />title and last name.<br />title and first name<br />your job position<br /...
The short form of a name the speaker can be used<br />if himself or herself approves<br />because you know the relatives<b...
At an event, when introducing yourself, you should also<br />talk about family<br />reference your company<br />avoid usin...
The short form of the name of the speaker you are taking to can be used<br />at a formal gather<br />during causal meeting...
In a formal greeting, an acceptable reply to “nice to meet you” is<br />It is my pleasure<br />Of course<br />Yes, me too<...
When is the appropriate time to use informal greetings?<br />In passing<br />Sequent meeting<br />First introduction<br />...
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Exercise introducing yourself_lesson_2

  1. 1. Introducing yourself<br />
  2. 2. Which of the following is not used in a formal greeting?<br />Good afternoon<br />Good evening<br />Good night<br />Good morning<br />
  3. 3. Which is the correct response for the following dialogue?<br />A: Good afternoon, my name is KiangchaiMongratkhun.<br />B: Good afternoon, my name is Joseph Philips, nice to meet you.<br />A: _____________________________.<br />Fine thanks and you?<br />Nice to meet you too.<br />OK I’m fine<br />It was my pleasure<br />
  4. 4. It is expectable to call your boss’s boss, whom you have never met, by his nickname.<br />In private<br />Sometimes<br />Not at all<br />If you boss does so<br />
  5. 5. When you introduce yourself you should use<br />title and last name.<br />title and first name<br />your job position<br />your full name<br />
  6. 6. The short form of a name the speaker can be used<br />if himself or herself approves<br />because you know the relatives<br />if your boss told you<br />never<br />
  7. 7. At an event, when introducing yourself, you should also<br />talk about family<br />reference your company<br />avoid using slang<br />speak swiftly<br />
  8. 8. The short form of the name of the speaker you are taking to can be used<br />at a formal gather<br />during causal meeting<br />when you are on first name basis<br />just after you have met<br />
  9. 9. In a formal greeting, an acceptable reply to “nice to meet you” is<br />It is my pleasure<br />Of course<br />Yes, me too<br />See you<br />
  10. 10. When is the appropriate time to use informal greetings?<br />In passing<br />Sequent meeting<br />First introduction<br />Never<br />
  11. 11. End of Exersices<br />
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