Introduce other people

How to introduce other people

Practice speaking skills

Introducing other people involve at least three people:

A: The introducer (who knows both B and C)
B: Introducee (knows A but not C)
C: Introducee (knows A but not B)

For Example,

A: Have you two met each other before?
B: No, we haven’t.
A: Bean, this is Christian. Christian this is Bean.
(B and C smile and shake hands.)
B: Nice to meet you Christian.
C: Nice to meet you too, Bean.

Follow-up:

After you have been introduced to someone,
it is polite to ask a few general questions* to get acquainted.

 

For example,

B: Where are you from, Carol?
C: I’m from Connecticut.

B: Connecticut, which part?
C: Hartford, the capital. How about you, Ben?

B: Nebraska–a place called Bellevue. It’s near Omaha.
C: How do you know Alan (A)?
B: He is my friend from college.

Practice introducing your friends to each other.
Remember to smile (and use handshakes where appropriate).

* When meeting someone for the first time,
it is not appropriate to ask certain types of questions.

 

Do NOT ask:

A person’s age
Birth date
Salary
Weight
Marital status

You may ask general questions about the situation.

How do you know Alan (the person who introduced us)?
Are you a student at this university?
Is this your first time here?
What do you do for a living?
How long have you been working for (company)?

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