Introducing Yourself

by Craig Shrives

Important Vocabulary

Here are 10 important terms when introducing yourself in English:

Hello

I'm ...

My name is ...

I am from ...

I live in ...

What's your name?

Where are you from?

Where do you live?

Nice to meet you.

Pleased to meet you.

Conversation 1

In this conversation, Wendy and Pedro discuss where they're from.

Hello!

Hi.

My name is Wendy. What's your name?

I'm Pedro. Nice to meet you.

Nice to meet you too. Are you enjoying the party?

It's been a great night so far. Where are you from?

I'm from Australia.

Excellent. I'm English, but my mother is Spanish.

Spain is a beautiful country!

I've only visited the islands. My family is from Majorca.

The islands are wonderful too.

Conversation 2

In this conversation, Georgia is meeting her new colleagues for the first time.

Hi! I'm Georgia. Pleased to meet you.

I'm Kyle. How are you?

I'm well, thank you.

May I introduce you to my colleague, Jeffrey.

Nice to meet you, Jeffrey.

Where are you from?

I'm from Manchester, but now I live in London.

I know Manchester well. My family comes from Wigan.

Excellent. What do you do for the company?

I work in sales, and Jeffrey works in marketing.

Great! It's nice to meet members of the team.

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See Also

ESL Vocabulary Lists by Topic All Role-Play Scenarios for English Learners

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