English Greetings for Informal/Casual Situations

English Greetings is one of the basic functions of communication and promotes positive conversations.If you operate some sort of business, you must be able to tell how hard it is, in business to start, grow and nurture relationships, with potential clients, with employees and others. – আপনি যদি কোন ধরণের ব্যবসা পরিচালনা করেন, তাহলে অবশ্যই আপনার ব্যবসা, ব্যবসা শুরু, বৃদ্ধি ও সম্পর্ক গড়ে তুলতে, সম্ভাব্য ক্লায়েন্টদের সাথে, কর্মচারীদের এবং অন্যান্যদের সাথে কীভাবে কথা বলতে পারবেন তা অবশ্যই জানা দরকার।

Greetings for Informal Situations

With Clients you have developed a relationship or With colleagues you know well or people who are acquaintances of yours, it is appropriate to be a little more relaxed with the language.

Some common examples below:

  •  Meeting or a lunch with a regular client
  • In the office with your team and colleagues
  • Networking events
  • Greeting neighbors
  • Seeing an acquaintance unexpectedly
  • Trade show or job fair
  • Conferences

It is also very common to shake hands with someone when you greet them. This is common for business contacts and acquaintances.

Hello / Hi / Hey

Hello and hi are very common and appropriate to use in more informal situations. Most of the time, people include the person’s first name.

  • Hello, Jerry
  • Hi, Sara.

Hey should be reserved for people you know well. This is the most informal of these 3 greetings but it is definitely appropriate for people in your office you see every day and your close work colleagues.

How are you? / How are you doing? / How is it going?

English Greetings for Casual Situations:

These greetings are very informal and should be used with people you know very well such as close friends, family, long-time work colleagues or friends you have known for a very long time – এই অভিবাদন গুলো  খুবই অনানুষ্ঠানিক এবং আপনি খুব ভালোভাবে জানেন এমন ব্যক্তিদের সাথে ব্যবহার করা উচিত, যেমন ঘনিষ্ঠ বন্ধু, পরিবার, দীর্ঘকালীন সহকর্মীদের বা বন্ধু যারা আপনার দীর্ঘদিনের পরিচিত।

Good example situations include:

  • Friends and family
  • At a bar or party
  • Colleagues you see every day and know well
  • Seeing an old friend
  • Hi / Hey / Hey there / Hey man
  • These are all common ways of saying “hello” with friends and family.

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