Greetings and Introductions
Smith: Hello, Miss Wang.
Wang: Oh, hello, Mr. Smith, this is a pleasant surprise. I didn’t know you were going to be here.
Smith: It is very nice to be here. I didn’t know I was coming until the last minute.
Wang: Well, it’s nice to see you again. You do look well. (do表示強調)
Smith: I am fine, thank you. And how are you and your family?
Wang: Very well indeed. (indeed表示強調,確實.修飾”very well”)
Smith: Oh very good. I am glad to hear to that.
Wang: Have you met Mr. Sun Yi, head of the Chinese Trade Mission to London?
Wang: Mr. Sun, I‘d like you to meet Mr. James Smith.
Wang: Oh yes.
Smith: Here is Mr. Mr. James smith. He works for ABC Company.
Sun: Hi glad to meet you, Mr. Smith.
Wang: This is Mr. Sun Yi, our Deputy Managing Director.
Smith: How do you do? I am delighted to make your acquaintance, Mr. Sun.
Sun: How do you do? Mr. Smith.
Smith: It’s very useful talking to you again,Mr. Wang, but I’m afraid I have to leave now. I have some phone calls to make and some telexes to send.
Wang: Good night, then. I’ve enjoyed talking with you. I hope everything goes well.
Smith: Thank you very much. I’ll look forward to seeing you again
Smith: Goodbye for now. Nice to have met with you.
Wang: Nice to have met you too. Bye
Hello, this is a pleasant surprise.
It’s nice to see you again.
I’d like to meet Mr. Smith.
May I introduce my colleagues?
How’d you do? I’m delighted to meet you.
Hello, you must be Miss Wang. I’m…..
It’s been very useful talking to you.
Good night. I have a wonderful time
Vocabulary Surprise (This is a pleasant surprise)這真是個驚喜.Introduce-introductione.g.: May I introduce my boyfriend?Managing director/general manager總經理Deputy manager/assistant manager副理（助理）
1.Look forward to doing something.期望
e.g.: I look forward to meeting you.