Category: Communication Skill
It is polite to greet a new student that joins your class. Introductions immediately follow this type of greeting.
Proper etiquette is important in business greetings. Make sure to use polite language such as "please" and "thank you". It is also important to smile.
Sometimes you stop and talk for a minute as you say hello. This type of greeting is followed by a conversation. Close friends often hug when they greet each other, especially after a long time without seeing one other. Men sometimes give each other a hand shake or a high-five
It is polite to greet a person you know. However, you don't always have time to stop and have a conversation. Just remember to smile as you say hello. A small wave is also polite.
There are many ways of greeting people, both formal and informal. The speaker’s task is to choose the appropriate one for the situation.
Asking for clarification is a part of normal conversation. As you develop control of various clarification strategies, you will gain confidence in their ability to manage the various communication situations that you may encounter outside the classroom.
Using minimal responses, recognizing scripts, and using language to talk about language -- that you can use to help yourselves expand your knowledge of the language and your confidence in using it.
A Japanese company writes to an American supplier hoping to have their machines fixed or replaced and they are very upset just to be given advice of how to fix them themselves. What happened and why?
How to answer when the person being asked for is not available? And how to react when you cannot hear things clearly?
The pleasant greetings are important in creating positive first impressions. Rachel can help you to learn the common phrases for answering the phone. Let's practice and become confident!