Good Grammar Day to you!
Today is our new day to learn and speak English!
Let’s try to learn or teach somehow different for the students’ sake. Yes, your teaching methods are the best, I know it.
Today I’m changing the mine studying ones.
My first piece of advice is to learn and remember the greetings, if we say more officially – forms observable in social intercourse.
In English it would be the following words for greetings:
- Hi! or Hello! These phrases should be preferably used for your acquaintances.
- Good morning! (Morning! informal variant)
- Good afternoon!
- Good evening!
- Good night! If you’d like to wish someone a good sleep before saying “goodbye!”.
And the next few phrases are for goodbye:
- See you!
- See you later!
- Keep in touch!
- Have a nice day!
- Take care!
- Until next time!
- These are mostly used with friends or acquaintances.
- Good afternoon! When you farewell to someone in the afternoon.
Next, in your necessary word combinations come the further discussion phrases:
How are you? This is the question that you may leave without an answer. Though you can reply or hear in response: “Fine, thanks. And you?”
Now it’s your turn to say: “Fine, thanks.”
So, I hope, you got the main idea of the daily learning process.
It is as follows: don’t worry too much about your correct grammar usage, but think about casual speaking. No one will be able to learn what do you know about Future Perfect Tense usage if you don’t say “Hi!”
With the best wishes, your English Grammar Teacher.