Today I’d like to introduce you to Lindsay McMahon. Lindsay is an English teacher and entrepreneur based in Boston, USA. She and her team help international professionals gain confidence in their speaking skills through customized courses and an English podcast called All Ears English.
Today, I’m sharing with you an abbreviated post recently posted on Lindsay’s blog entitled 6 Ways to Greet Colleagues at a Conference in English.
Many people may wonder, “How can I start a small talk conversation?” Well, if we keep it general, we can relax and take it forward. Some suggested conversation starters are below.
For alternative versions of these same phrases, and other tips, click through to the original post.
(Note: It’s ok to adapt the phrases to your own line of work. For example, the word “research” is used in statement #3. If you do not do research in your work, but do projects, substitute the word research for project. It’s as easy as that!)
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Lindsay McMahon is Founder and CEO of All Ears English. All Ears English is an education technology company, focusing on helping international professionals improve their English for business, test preparation, and general fluency. We provide podcasts, online courses, live events, and more.
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