DRS Tips



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Did you know that, when taking leave of someone you have just met, you should say, “I’m glad to have met you?”


After you've pushed past the awkward moments of when a conversation feels uncomfortable, used small talk to connect for some time with a fellow whom you have just met and found pleasant. When you are ready to take your leave, you should say, “Goodbye, I am very glad to have met you,” or “Goodbye, I hope I shall see you again soon.” Or “some time.”

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If you’re the other conversation partner in the picture, your answer should be, “Thank you,” and perhaps you can add, “I hope so, too.” Usually “Thank you” is all that is necessary.
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