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Introduction and Greetings
- Hello, how are you? – A standard greeting.
- Nice to meet you. – Used when meeting someone for the first time.
- What’s up? – A casual way to ask what someone is doing.
- Good morning/afternoon/evening. – Time-specific greetings.
- How have you been? – Asking about someone’s well-being.
- What are you up to this weekend? – Asking about someone’s plans.
- Let’s catch up soon. – Suggesting a future meeting.
- I’m free tomorrow. – Indicating availability.
- Are you busy later? – Checking someone’s schedule.
- How does next week look for you? – Suggesting a future date.
- I think so. – Agreeing with someone.
- I don’t think so. – Disagreeing with someone.
- To each their own. – Acknowledging differing opinions.
- That’s a good point. – Agreeing with a specific idea.
- I’m not sure about that. – Expressing uncertainty.
- Let’s touch base later. – Suggesting a future discussion.
- I’ll loop you in. – Including someone in a conversation or project.
- Can we reschedule? – Asking to change a meeting time.
- I’m swamped right now. – Indicating you’re very busy.
- That’s not in my wheelhouse. – Saying something is not your area of expertise.
- Long time no see. – Greeting someone you haven’t seen in a while.
- How’s it going? – Asking how someone is doing.
- I’m just browsing. – Indicating you’re not ready to make a purchase in a store.
- What’s the latest gossip? – Asking for news or updates.
- Mind if I join you? – Asking to be included in an activity or group.
- Take care. – Wishing someone well as you part ways.
- See you later. – Indicating you’ll meet again.
- Goodbye. – A standard farewell.
- Safe travels. – Wishing someone a good journey.
- It was nice seeing you. – A polite farewell after meeting.
These expanded phrases are excellent tools for anyone looking to enhance their English language skills, especially students preparing for university, business professionals, and self-improvement enthusiasts.