M: Excuse me, are you Miss Green?
W: Yes. May I help you?
M: May I introduce myself?
M: I’m a new student in the school. My name’s John.
W: Nice to meet you, John.
M: It’s a pleasure to meet you, Miss Green.
W: Simon, may I introduce you to Linda? You don’t know each other, do you?
M: No. I’ve not had the pleasure of meeting her yet.
W: How do you do? I’m pleased to meet you.
M: How do you do?
W: Please sit down. Help yourself just like you are at home.
W: What would you like to drink?
M: A cup of coffee, please.
W: Mr. Green, I’d like to introduce you to Mr. Brown.
M: How do you do, Mr. Brown? It’s a pleasure to get to know you.
W: My pleasure, Mr. Green. I look forward to an excellent relationship with your company.
M: I propose a toast to the health of everyone here and to the success of our negotiation.
W: Okay, let’s make a toast.
M: Good evening, Mr. Wu.
W: Good evening, Mr. Smith.
M: Have you met my wife, Mary?
W: No. I haven’t had the pleasure.
M: Mary, this is Mr. Wu, my new Chinese friend.
W: How do you do, Mr. Wu? Welcome.
M: How do you do?
W: Have a glass of wine, Mr. Wu? And let me introduce you to some of my guests.
M: How do you do? My name’s Jin Tao. Glad to meet you.
W: How do you do? I’m Yang Li. Glad to meet you, too.
M: May I introduce Mr. Wang to you? Wang Yang. He is from China.
W: Hi, Mr. Wang. I’m glad to meet you.
M: Hi, Miss Yang, I’ve heard so much about you.
W: Me, too.
M: Let’s have a seat.
M: Good afternoon, Mrs. Smith. I’d like you to meet my girl friend, Sally.
W: Hello, Sally, I’m glad to meet you.
M: It’s a pleasure to meet you, too, Mrs. Smith. I’ve heard so much about you.
W: Oh, thank you. John has often talked about you, too.
M: Hello, may I introduce myself to you? I’m Zhou Mei.
W: I’m Jack. Pleased to meet you.
M: Pleased to meet you, too. Are you here with your family?
W: No. My family is in England.
M: Are you studying here?
W: Yes. I’m studying Chinese.
M: What do you think of our city?
W: It’s a nice place. Your people are so friendly.