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4 Ways to Meet and Greet in English for the Office or College

Lindsay: This is an All Ears English Podcast, Episode 67, Teaching Tuesdays: “4 Ways to Meet and Greet in English for the Office or College.” [Instrumental]

Gabby: Welcome to the All Ears English Podcast, where you’ll finally get real, native English conversation. Now here are your hosts, Lindsay McMahon, the ‘English Adventurer’ and Gabby Wallace, the ‘Language Angel,’ coming to you from Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Lindsay: In this episode, you’ll learn how to respond to a greeting at the office and on campus in English.

[Instrumental]

Gabby: Hi Lindsay.

Lindsay: Hey Gabby.

Gabby: So today we’re gonna (going to) talk about greetings – sorry (I’m) laughing because we usually greet each other at the beginning, so it feels funny not to… Lindsay:

Exactly.

Gabby:

…greet you. (Um), but in our ‘Meeting Monday’ we talked about the greeting “How are you?” and how there’s cultural meaning as well as linguistic meaning. So in this episode, we want to share four different ways to meet people that you already know, you’ve already met them. So one situation is in the office, at work, another situation is at school, in college, greeting your classmates, (um), and in the first situation, greeting your colleagues. So first situation, we’re going to just show you real quick right now – I’m greeting my colleague Lindsay. So “Hi Lindsay. How are you?” Lindsay:

“I’m doing well. Thanks. How are you?”

Gabby:

“Oh, I’m doing well too. Thank you for asking.” Okay. And then another way that we might, (um), respond, “Hi. How are you Lindsay?” Lindsay:

“Good. How are you Gabby?”

Gabby:

“I’m good. Thank you.”

Lindsay:

Okay.

Gabby:

So either “I’m good” or “I’m well,” (um), it’s good for formal situations.

Lindsay:

Yeah. A little bit more formal than other situations.

Gabby:

Yeah like when you’re at school, in college, or university.

Lindsay:

And now we’re gonna (going to) talk about that… Gabby:

Yeah.

Lindsay:

…being at school. (Um) maybe you run into someone on campus, for example, or in the dining hall, or when you’re getting ready for class. So let’s do that. So “Hey Gabby. How’s it going?

Gabby:

“Great. What’s up Lindsay?”

Lindsay:

There’s one and the next one is “Hey Gabby. How are you?” Gabby:

“I’m okay. (Uh), how’s it going with you?” Lindsay:

“Very good. Thanks.”

Gabby:

Great. So, yeah, a little (like) more informal. (Um), but we wanted to show you two different situations because you have to know the appropriate way to respond to greetings, right…?

Lindsay:

Definitely.

Gabby:

…whether you’re in a formal or informal situation.

Lindsay:

And as we said last time, we don’t usually go into too much depth if something’s actually going on that’s not so good in our lives. We don’t really go into much depth, but if you want to learn about that, go back to yesterday’s episode… Gabby:

Yeah.

Lindsay:

…and (um), thanks for listening guys.

Gabby:

Thanks guys.

[Instrumental]

Lindsay:

So Gabby. What are you working on these days?

Gabby:

Oh, I’ve been working for the last few months on a special course. (Um) it’s totally online for, for you guys, for, for English learners. (Um) it’s called the “ESL Troubleshooting” and it fills in those gaps that you might not have learned in class. Yeah, so it’s…

Lindsay:

Do you have anything about greetings, how to respond to a greeting?

Gabby:

Exactly. Yeah. So that’s why I wanted to mention it, (um), in this episode because one of the video lectures, (um), and materials are about how to respond naturally to greetings. So you think, (you know), it’s pretty basic, but there’s some cultural information and different ways to respond that you might not have gotten in your English class.

Lindsay:

And what level is that good for, like what kind of students would be good for that course?

Gabby:

Yeah, for intermediate to advanced. (Um), maybe even high beginners, but I definitely recommend it more for intermediate to advanced.

Lindsay:

Okay, so a lot of the people who are listening to this podcast… Gabby:

Exactly.

Lindsay:

…could probably benefit from that.

Gabby:

Yeah. So you can learn more at my website, gonaturalenglish.com and look for the course called “ESL Troubleshooting.” Lindsay:

Sounds cool.

Gabby:

Thanks.

[Instrumental]

Gabby: Thanks for listening to our podcast 35,000 times a day. You guys are listening like crazy. Now if you wanna (want to) just listen, that’s okay, but if you want to really improve your English, come get the transcripts. You can find them at allearsenglish.com/conversations. And it’s the perfect way to improve your English instantly and connect with Lindsay and myself to ask questions.

[Instrumental]

Lindsay: If you like to put your ears into English with Lindsay and Gabby, be sure to subscribe to the podcast audio in iTunes for free on your computer or on your Smartphone. Thanks for listening to the All Ears English Podcast. See you next time.

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