How can you get on with people?
if you meen to make them like you ask stuff that they like and say you do to or observe there surroundings like if there is a golf trophy on one of the shelves say something about golf.
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Here Are Some Definitions For People 1. persons indefinitely or collectively; persons in general: tofind it easy to talk to people; What will people think? 2. persons, wheth…er men, women, or children, considered asnumerable individuals forming a group: Twenty people volunteeredto help. 3. human beings, as distinguished from animals or other beings. 4. the entire body of persons who constitute a community, tribe,nation, or other group by virtue of a common culture, history,religion, or the like: the people of Australia; the Jewishpeople. 5. the persons of any particular group, company, or number(sometimes used in combination): the people of a parish;educated people; salespeople. 6. the ordinary persons, as distinguished from those who havewealth, rank, influence, etc.: a man of the people. 7. the subjects, followers, or subordinates of a ruler, leader,employer, etc.: the king and his people. 8. the body of enfranchised citizens of a state: representativeschosen by the people. 9. a person's family or relatives: My grandmother's people camefrom Iowa. 10. (used in the possessive in Communist or left-wing countries toindicate that an institution operates under the control of or forthe benefit of the people, esp. under Communist leadership): people's republic; people's army. 11. animals of a specified kind: the monkey people of theforest. 12. to furnish with people; populate. (MORE)
"How do you do" is a pleasantry that used to be more common than it is currently. The general progression leading up to this phrase was usually something like:. "Hello, Mr. J…ones.". "Hello, Ms. Smith, how do you do?". or when introducing someone,. "Mr. Brain, I'd like you to meet Ms. Smith". "How do you do, Ms. Smith?". Something like this. These are just social niceties, really. The person may not genuinely want to know how the person is doing, but the phrase is repeated in a polite manner nonetheless. (MORE)
It's from the preamble to the US Constitution. See link below:
"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence , promote the gene…ral Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America." (MORE)