Good to see you
This greeting is a statement rather than a question. Of the other polite greetings listed here, it is the most formal. It can be used casually and followed by a smile or hug, or used formally followed by a handshake. Sometimes, the word “nice” is used instead of the word “good” making the greeting “Nice to see you”. If you’ve seen the person recently, it would be appropriate to say “Good to see you again”.
Speaking of which, it would be good to see you in class. Why not schedule your group lesson today? It would be good to see you!
Kathryn Reilly is a veteran English teacher with freelance writing and editing experience. While teaching students from diverse backgrounds and learning abilities, she has created many educational aids and implemented new lessons to enhance their learning experience. She has created online educational tutorials as well as content articles for a variety of clients.
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