With this phrase, we are interested in what a person likes to do when they have free time. Usually, this conversation is much more interesting than a conversation about work, which many people don’t even like to talk about. A: So John, what do you like to do in your free time?B: I love to […]Continue Reading
WHAT DO YOU DO?
This phrase is typical of adults who are assumed to already be working somewhere. So we ask what the other person does for a living, what their job is. Another way to ask is e.g. “What do you do for a living?” or “What is your job?” A: What do you do, Betty?B: I work […]Continue Reading
WHERE ARE YOU FROM?
To find out what country your new friend is from, ask them with this phrase. If he asks you, use the phrase “I’m from ….” A: Nice to meet you, John. So, where are you from?B: I’m from Italy.Continue Reading
Nice to meet you
After you learn their names, it is polite to say this phrase. A: Hi Silvia, I’m John.B: Nice to meet you, John.A: Nice to meet you too.Continue Reading
Hi! I’m [NAME]. (and you?)
This is the kind of informal greeting you can use when you meet new friends. And if the person doesn’t say his/her name, you can ask further: “And you?” or “And what’s your name?” Hi! I’m John. And you?Continue Reading