I. Using phrases "Allow me to introduce myself." and "Pleased to meet you."
A: Hello. Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Thinh.
B: Thinh, pleased to me you. My name is Jim.
A: Good morning. Allow me to introduce myself. I'm Jim Peters.
B: Good to meet you, Jim. My name is Thinh.
II. Using phrase "I've lived ..."
A: Have you lived here long?
B: Oh, I've lived here about 3 years now.
A: How long have you lived here?
B: I've lived here for about a month.
III. Using phrase "Where/What ..."
A: Where do you work?
B: I teach mathematics at the community college.
A: What do you do?
B: I'm a nurse's assistant at Whitfield hospital.
IV. Saying "Good-bye"
A: Well, I've got to get going. It was good to meet you.
B: It was good to meet you, too.
B: Good-bye, Jim!
A: It was good to meet you, Jim.
B: It was good to meet you, too, Lan.
A: See you later!
B: Bye, Lan!