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1) Greeting somebody
Glad to meet you here.
Good to see you again.
Haven't seen you for some time.
How nice to see you again
How every nice to meet you.
I'm so glad you could some.
It was good to see you again.
Nice having you.
Pleased to meet you again.
This is a pleasant surprise!
What a pleasant surprise!
Ah, Bob, Just the person I wanted to see.
Bumping into (碰到)you like that was a bit of luck.
Fancy seeing you here.
Haven't run into you for ages.
Haven't seen you for ages.
Hello, there, Charles!
Hello there, what a coincidence!(巧合)
Small world, isn't it?
It's been a long time.
Just the man I was looking for.
Long time no see!
Still as busy as ever I see.
The very person I was after.
What brings you here today?
How are you?
I'm glad to have had the opportunity (机会)to meet you here.
2) Asking after somebody
Are you better?
Are you feeling better now?
Are you well?
How are things going with you?
How are you doing?
How are you keeping?
How is everything at home?
How was your weekend?
What are you doing there days?
How are things with you?
How are you making out?
How goes it?
How goes it with you?
How goes the
How are things with you?
How goes it?
How goes it with you?
How goes the world with you?
How is it coming?
How's everything at home? (来源：英语杂志 http://www.EnglishCN.com)
How's life treating you?
How's life with you?
How are things?
In good shapes, are you?
What are you up to these days?
What's new with you?
What's the good news?
What's the good word?
What's the latest?
What's the news?
I hope all goes well with you?
I trust you're keeping well?
3) Stating how you are
All right thank you.
Much better, thank you.
Pretty good, thank you.
Quite well, thank you.
Very well, thank you.
Well, not too good yet. Better than I was though.
Bearing up, bearing up.(马马虎虎）
Could be better, but not bad.
Fair to middling(还算好）, thanks.
Getting along splendidly.
I'm full of the joys of spring.
I'm just great.
I'm on top of the world(幸福极了）, thanks.
No, nothing much.
Not too bad, thanks.
Oh, the usual rounds(老样子）.
Pretty fair, thanks.
Same as ever.
Still alive---just not at all well.
I'm extremely well, thank you.
I'm in excellent health, thank you.
I'm very well indeed, thank you.
1) introducing somebody
By the way, do you know each other,
Do you know Mr. Bob?
Have you met Nathan Malcolm?
Mr. Lynda, I want you to meet Mr. Naomi Service, the director of Camber Research Institute.
Oh, Hob, I'd like you to meet Sheila Rhoda, famous film star in Hollywood.
This is Nicholas Nimitz, manager of D.C.Company.
Meet my brother Walker.
Look, here's John! John--Tom, Tom--Hohn.
Oh, here's David. David, meet John.
Oh look, Wendy's here. Wendy, come and meet Whitman.
Allow me to introduce Mrs. Jenny Sampson, Chairman of World Wild Life.
I'd like to introduce our director Mr. Sidney Carson. It is with great pleasure that I introduce to you Mr. Stanley.
Let me introduce President of the Sino -American Friendship Association, Mr. John Grant.
May I introduce Mr. Edgar Thompson, Chairman of the Carnegie Foundation?
May I present Mr. Stanley Young, Assistant Manager of General Electric?
2) introducing yourself
Excuse me, I don't believe we've met. I'm Edgar Snow.
Excuse me, My name's Sidney Carson.
How do you do? I don't think we've met before. My name's Steven White.
How do you do? I'm John West.
How do you do? My name's Charles Ford.
Hello? John Henry here.
Hello? Victor Eliot speaking.
Hello? This is Jackson Irving speaking.
Hello, I'm Sidney Carson.
Hello! Isaac Livingston.
Hello! This is Dexter Emerson.
Hi! I'm Morris Keats.
Allow me to introduce myself: Jenny Heywood, an engineer from Camber.
First let me introduce myself: David Emory, director of the English Department.
May I introduce myself: Donald Ervin.
3) Responding to an introduction.
Happy to know you.
How do you do?
I have often heard about you.
I have often wanted to meet you.
I know you very well by reputation.
I'm glad to meet you. I'm pleased to meet you.
I've heard so much about you.
Mr. Truman has often talked about you. No, I don't actually. How do you do?
No, I don't think I do, Pleased to meet you.
No, I don't think I have. Well pleased to meet you.
No, I don't think so. How do you do?
Yes, I think I do.
Yes, I think I have.
Yes, I think we do, don't we?
Yes, I think we do, don't we?
Yes, I think we have, haven't we?
Glad to meet you.
I'm very glad to have the opportunity to meet you.
I'm very pleased to make your acquaintance.(认识）
It's pleasure to meet you.
It's privilege (荣幸）to know you. Mr. Thompson.
3. Finding the Way
1)Asking the Way
Am I on the right road to Piccadilly Circus?
Can I go by bus?
Can I go From Waterloo to Southampton?
Can you direct me to Shanghai Museum?
Can you tell me where I can get a bite to eat?(浓弄点吃的)
Can you tell me where the Third Avenue is?
Could you please tell me the way to St. Paul's Cathedral?
Excuse me. Could you tell me where the nearest men's room is?
Excuse me. Do I go straight on for the Mayflower Hotel?
Excuse me. How can I get to the nearest chemist's, please?
Excuse me. I wonder if you could help me. I'm looking for the Museum.
Excuse me. Is the car park straight on?
Excuse me. Is there a cinema near here?
Excuse me. Is this the fight way to the City Hall?
Excuse me, please , but I'm trying to find a post office.
Excuse me. Where's the nearest garage, please?
How do you get to Victoria Square?
How far is this address from here , please?
I'm looking for the Queen Theatre. Do you know?
How far is this address from here, please?
Is Hill Road first right?(第一条马路右转弯)
Is it far to walk?
Is this right for the railway station?
Is this the road to Southampton?
Is the station far from here?
Should I take a bus?
Sorry to trouble you, but could you please tell me how to get to the White Hall?
What street is this?
Where does this street lead to?
Where's the car park, please?
Which direction is the nearest post office?
Which way is the station, please?
Will it take me long to get there?
Would you please tell me how to get to this address?
Would you mind telling me if this is the fight way to the Parliament?
2) Directing the way
Bear right (右拐)around the skyscraper.
Carry straight on.
Cut across the Trafalgar Square and then turn left.
East Street is the first turning on the left.
Follow this path back for about a mile.
Follow this road until you come to an ad. post.(广告牌)
Do down the first turning on the left until you come to a tall building.
Go down this passage and you'll come to a hair dress's(理发店) on your left.
Go straight along this street to the traffic lights.
Go straight on, then take the first tuning on the left.
Go this way about ten minutes. When you see a motor car advertisement, turn left.
Head straight up the street about two blocks, then turn left.
I think it's opposite the post office.
I'll walk you to the bank. It's on my route(顺路).
I'm afraid you're going in the opposite direction.
I'm going there myself. Let me lead you the way.
I'm sorry, I'm new around here too.
I'm waling that way. I'll to along with you as far as the bus stop.
It'll take you about ten minutes to get there.
It's a short drive.
It's about half a mile away.
It's about three stop lights from here.
It's about five minutes' walk.
It's far from here.
It's just across the street.
It's just round the corner.
It's near the National Bank.
It's no distance at all.
It's on the left-hand side of the street.
It's only several blocks away.
It's right near here.
It's the other way to the right.
It's too far to walk. You'd better take a taxi.
It's way down the street.(这条街很远的地方)
It's within walking distance.
Just cross the street and go around the corner on the left.
Just follow this street two blocks.
Keep going before you come to a department store.
Keep going straight and turn at the next light.
Keep straight along this street for two blocks.
Make a fight at the second turning.
Oh, you can walk it within ten minutes.
Stay on this road until you get to Glenn Road.
Take a left.
Take bus No.55 and get off at the Peace Hotel stop.
Take the first turning on the right and then ask again.
The bus stop is a little further on.
The first turning is West Street.
The second turning on the left is South Street.
There's a cinema in East Street.
There's one straight on.
Turn left and left again.
Turn left there, and a short way along the left, you'll see it.
Turn right and walk up along the street to 388.
turn right at the second crossing.
Turn round and take the second on the left.
Walk two blocks down the street and go past the City Hall.
Walk until you get to the first stoplight.
Yes, about three blocks from here on the right, you'll find one.
You can walk it within five minutes.
You can't miss it.
You could go by bus, but it's hardly worth it.
4. Post Office
1) Asking about postage(邮资)
Are postcard cheaper to send than a letter?
Can you tell me how much it costs to send a letter air mail from here to New York?
What's the air mail rate (资费)to Europe?
What's the cost for 200 dollars remittance (汇款)to Boston?
What's the insurance fee?
What's the maximum weight allowed?
What's the postage for an air-letter to Paris?
What's the postage on this parcel to Australia, please?
What's the rate for telegrams to England?
What's the size and weight limit for mailing a package?
What's the surcharge (额外邮资) on this express parcel?
Will you weigh this letter for me?
2) Telling about postage
I think I'll look it up Anything else?
If you send your cable full rate to Paris, it's 20 cents per word, minimum charge one dollar.
If you cable is urgent, the rate will be doubled.
I'll have a look, Do you need anything else?
I'll have to check. Anything else I can do for you?
I'll just make sure. Do you need anything else?
I'll have to weigh it first.
It's a little overweight. You'll have to pay extra.
That comes to (总计)35 cents, please.
The charge will be $1.2 per word, minimum 10 words.
The rate for printed matter is cheaper. but it doesn't go as quickly as ordinary mail.
They're 32 cents a piece.
They are 10 cents each.
This letter is ten grams overweight.
We demand a surcharge of four cents per gram for the overweight.
Yes, air mail from China to us is forty cents per ounce.
You need an 50-cent stomps.
You should buy a 80-cent stamp.
You'll have to pay 32 cents extra for the overweight.
3) Asking about time and ways to mail something
Approximately how long does it take for a letter to go air mail from here to Beijing?
Can I catch the last mail today?
Can I send these records as printed matter(印刷品)?
Can it go as printed matter?
Do you think I should have it registered?
How long does it take by regular mail?
It's much better to use airmail, isn't it?
Shall I insure it?
Shall I stick the stamps on the upper right corner of the letter?
What do I have to do to send a money order(汇票)?
What time does the postman pick up the mail in the morning?
When does the first post go out?
When will the post he dispatched?(发出)
Would you please tell me how to post a letter abroad?
4) Telling about time and ways to mail something
An airmail letter from here to Beijing should not take more than two days.
Be sure to put down the address of the receiver clearly.
I should say it'll take at least four days.
I'm afraid the last post has been dispatched.
It may take about a week at the most.
It takes about two weeks to go surface mail from here to London.
It usually takes about 4 days by airmail.
It's much better if you stick the stamps on the package.
It's quicker to use airmail.
Please endorse(签字) it first.
please fill in the order form.
Please seal(贴) the envelope and stick an 80-cents stamps on it.
please sign this order.
Please write your telegram in block letters(印刷体).
The first delivery is at 8 a.m.
The postal be dispatched at 6:30 in the evening.
The postman collect the mail 4 times daily.
There're four deliveries every day.
We need your signature on this note.
I think you still have time to catch the last post.
The first mail hasn't gone out yet.
5) Mailing something
A post card and three 80-cent stamps, please.
Can I buy some stamps here?
Can I have this money order cashed(兑现), please?
Could you register (寄挂号)this letter for me?
Do you have any aerogramme?(航空邮简)
Give me a telegraph blank( 空白电报), please.
Give me four eighties, please.
I believe there's a parcel for me.
I got a parcel arrival notice yesterday. Can I get it here?
I want to have it sent by an urgent/express telegram.(加急/急)
I want to mail this parcel to American.
I want to send these magazines by book post/parcel post.
I'd like a postal order(汇票), please.
I'd like to have it registered. (挂号)
I'd like to have some commemorative stamps.
I'd like to pick up my package. This is the notice.
I'd like to insure this package for 50 dollars.
I'd like to send this letter registered.
May I have a form? I want to send a telegram.
May I send this letter by registered post?
Please send this parcel off special delivery.
Please send this telegram as "urgent".
Please send this trunk C.O.D.(货到付款)
Would you please weigh this letter for me?
6) Asking the client(顾客) where and how to mail something
By surface mail?
Cash on delivery?
Do you want it insured?
Do you wish to insure it?
Do you wish to send it as an ordinary or registered letter?
Do you wish to send it by air mail?
How would you like to send it?
Is it to Paris?
What kind of stamps do you need?
Where would you like to send it?