Have trouble knowing what to say when you meet someone new? Here are some phrases you can use to introduce yourself. First, use a greeting (hi, hello, etc.). Next, use an introductory phrase, like "nice to meet you," "I don't think we've been introduced," or "I don't think we've met." Then say your name (usually just your first name). Optionally, you can ask the other person's name, or give a point of reference that shows how you are connected (mention someone that they know and how you know them, or give some information about yourself to orient them such as your job).
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