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INGLES UTT

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JORGE HARIM URBAN BARRON

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INGLES UTT

  1. 1. TICS AREA S.I 1 ”A” TM MISS. ALEJANDRA AGUILAR GONZALEZ STUDENT: JORGE HARIM URBAN BARRON CONTENT: •SAY HELLO AND GOOD-BYE •ALPHABET •ORDINAL NUMBERS AND CARDINAL NUMBERS •PERSONAL INFORMATION
  2. 2. SAY HELLO AND GOOD-BYE  "Hey there" : This is casual, friendly, and familiar.  "Good morning" or "good afternoon" : These greetings are generally more formal and are often used in restaurants, hotels, shops or at work between colleagues.  "How are you doing today?" : This is formal and might be used between a professional and a client or customer or between colleagues or a boss and his or her workers.  "How's everything?" : This is simply another way of saying "how are you." It is usually used casually.  "How's it going?" : This is casual, especially when you shorten it as in "How's it going'?" "Good evening": This is formal and is often used in upscale (expensive) hotels or restaurants to greet guests.
  3. 3. SAY HELLO AND GOOD-BYE "See you later" or "see ya later" : This becomes more casual when you use "ya" instead of "you.“  "Gotta go!" This is used in casual situations when you want to escape the conversation quickly and you don't want to go through a longer or more sentimental goodbye.  "Have a good one" : This means, "have a nice day" and is used casually, but it could be used between strangers, friends, colleagues, or family members. "Talk to you soon" : This is used more often in writing emails or on the phone than in daily spoken interactions. It is usually casual.

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