Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells



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Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells


Hello, Hi, Hey



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Hello

Hello


hello __________________

hi __________________ hey ___________________

Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells

Good Morning, Afternoon, and Evening


good morning ______________________

good afternoon ______________________

good evening _____________________




Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells

Good Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Matching



Directions: Draw a line from the pictures to the phrases.

good afternoon


good evening

good morning


Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells

Ways to Say “Goodbye”



  1. Goodbye

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  1. Bye

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  1. See you tomorrow.

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  1. See you later.

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Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells

Ways to Say “Goodbye” Spelling

Directions: Fill in the blanks with the missing letters to each word. Say each one to your teacher.



  1. G ___ ___ d ___ y ___

  1. B ___ e



  1. S___ ___ yo ___ to ___ o ___ r ___ w.


  1. ___ ee ___ ou l ___ te ___.


Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells

Conversation

Directions: Practice the different ways to say “How are you?”


Student 1

Hi.

Student 2

Hello.







Student 1

How are you?

Student 2

I’m fine.



Student 1

Hey. How are you doing?

Student 2

I’m fine. And you?







Student 1

Very well, thank you.


Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells

Grammar: Asking Questions Using “How”

We use the word “how” to ask many questions in English:


Ex. How are you?

Ex. How are you doing?



Remember that all questions end with a question mark (?).
Directions: Fill in the blanks below with “how” and “?” to make a question. Write your answer to each question.


  1. How are you? Very well, thank you.




  1. ____________ is your friend _______

He is fine.


  1. ____________ is your family _______

They are fine.


  1. ____________ is your mother _______

She is fine.


  1. ____________ is your father doing _______

He is doing very well.


  1. ____________ are you doing _______

I am doing fine.
Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells

Conversation Introductions

Directions: Practice the basic English introductions.


Brian

Hi, Jessica. How are you?

Jessica

I’m fine.







Brian

I would like for you to meet Bob.

Jessica

Nice to meet you, Bob.

Bob

Nice to meet you.



Jerry

Hello. My name is Jerry.

Susan

It’s nice to meet you, Jerry. I’m Susan, and this is my friend, Betty.







Jerry

Nice to meet you, Betty.


Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells

Conversation Order

Directions: Cut apart the dialogue below and put the conversation in the correct order.


Brian

Our taxi is here. I’ll see you later.

Bob

Nice to meet you.

Jessica

Nice to meet you, Bob.

Brian

I would like for you to meet Bob.

Jessica

OK. Bye.

Brian

Hi, Jessica. How are you?

Jessica

I’m fine.



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