Vocabulary Sentences - Meeting People
Hi, My name is Kevin. What`s your name?
This is __Bob_____________.
Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you too.
How are you? (Is like a greeting in North America.)
Hi Bob, how are you? =This really means hi.
Note: We rarely use "hello," except on the telephone or whenwe are not sure if someone is in the room/house or not:
"Hello! Anyone there?"
Questions: Not Understanding
Pardon?/Once more please./Could you say that again?
I didn`t catch what you said.
Could you please speak more slowly.
Getting to Know Each Other
Where are you from?
I`m from ____Nagasaki_______________.
How about you?
I`m from Vancouver.
Why did you come to Japan?
How long have you been here?
What do you do in your free time?/What are your hobbies?
Are you married?
Do you have any children? brothers? sisters?
Do you like sports?
Which sports do you like?
How long have you been playing _____soccer__________________?
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