Introducing Yourself Quiz
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You see someone who you worked with about a year ago, but you can’t remember his name. Which of these options would be the best way of greeting him?CorrectIncorrect
You are meeting a client who just flew in from Italy. This is their first time at this office.
Which is the best option for greeting them?CorrectIncorrect
Match the answers on the right with the questions on the left.
- Not too bad thanks, and yourself?
- A couple of months I think. How are you?
- You too! How have you been?
- Lovely to meet you. I'm Jill.
- Alright, thanks. There was a little bit of turbulence in the last hour, but nothing too bad.
- How have you been?
- How long has it been?
- Good to see you!
- I don't believe we've met. I'm Amy.
- How was your flight?
Fill in the spaces with a suitable word to complete the conversation of two business people meeting for the first time.
“Hello. I don’t think we’ve been introduced. My name is Lara.”
“Hi . Nice to you. My name is Gloria. I’ll be working with the team this week. I just flew in this morning.”
“Great! How was your ?”
“Fine, thanks. I’m normally quite a nervous flyer. But luckily we didn’t have any at all.”
Fill in the spaces to complete a conversation between two colleagues who work together every couple of months.
“Hello Bill. to see you again!”
“Nice to you . It’s been a . How you been?”
“Not bad, thanks! How about ?”
“Yeah, good. Keeping busy!”