* Hi! * Hey! * Hello! * Good Morning! * Good to see you! * Have a great day! * What's on your schedule today? * Ready for the test in xxx this afternoon?(not appropriate)
* Going to the game on Friday? How ever you feel comfortable talking to her is something your going to have to figure out. It is awkward to be the one to break the ice but after that it gets easier. How do kids your age talk to one another. Hey, hows it going or Hey whats up. Best bet is just be you and be as calm as possible and then be ready to talk about other stuff. The dead silence after saying hello is scary. Get to know some of her likes and dislikes and talk about that stuff. Talk about teachers you have in common or places in your town you can go. Ask something that will get a conversation going. ask her opinion on something. insult her in a nice way that she will laugh and defend herself.
To greet someone in the morning you say 'Good morning.'
Marketers always greet "good morning" even if it's already afternoon or evening because morning represents new opportunities.
Guten Morgen (meaning good morning)
They usally nod there heads upwards or say ''Morning,Morning'' .
I seriously do not think that Easter morning is a time to be selling to anyone. This is a good way to offend people if it's telesales. There really isn't going to be any one good way to greet them is that is the case. If it is a walk in store then greet them with, "good morning, happy easter".
you greet your your guest with a clear but friendly voice. always project friendly. greet them with good morning madame/senior welcome to our hotel.
They could just both greet each other...
greet means that you should have respect and greet people that are older than you.. repect you elders
You could say, "Buenos Dias!"
To start a conversation there always start with a greet and to maintain, someone has to share something about their own or knowledge their partner and to ending its because you have to leave or the conversation getting boring.
First, greet everyone... Then all of the openings etc..
The general stereotype is that roosters are the first to greet everyone in the morning by making loud noises at sunrise.
a hand shack but you link you little fingers
they want to greet you and want you to have a lovely day. :)
Good morning/afternoon Mr/Ms ......
The same way you greet anyone else. "Hello," "Good morning," "How are you?" and other pleasantries all work just fine. Cops are just people.
, or in English "good ______." (Morning, afternoon, evening, night.)
In the epic Ramayana which bird tried to stop ravan from carrxing awax sita
The way that you greet an ambassador depends on the country you visit. If you are visiting China you should bow to your ambassador.