Who should be introduced first?
First, introduce men and boys to women and girls; and younger people to older people. In translation, this means to mention first the name of the person to whom you’re making the introduction. (When the introduction involves two people of the same sex and approximately the same age, the order doesn’t matter.)
How do you introduce a name?
Introduce Your Name
- My name is …/ I’m …
- My full/ first/ last name is …
- You can call me …/ They call me …/ Please call me …/ Everyone calls me …
- My nickname is …
How do I tell someone my name?
So today we’re going to go over a few phrases that you might say when introducing yourself. The first thing, of course, is saying your name. Usually you’ll hear people say “I’m”, or “My name is”, or “My name’s”, contracting “name” and “is”.
How do you ask for a formal name?
The simple way to ask someone’s name is to say, “What is your name?” If you are concerned that a question — any question — is abrupt or potentially rude, you can soften it by saying, “Excuse me, but …” or “Would you please tell me …” or “Would you mind telling me …”.
Can I know your good name?
“May I know your good name” is a typically Asian way of asking someones name. Perhaps it is being used just as a ‘softener’ or out of politeness, to ask a person’s name. It is INCORRECT. The only way to use “good name” would be in this example.
How do you ask for someone’s username?
The most simple way for you to ask someone to give up their username is to ask for it! Send them a direct message where you explain the situation. Some people will offer you the username for free, some might not respond, some might offer to sell you it.
How do you politely ask someone?
Would you mind telling who’s talking? In my experience, “Who is this?” is generally perceived as more polite than “Who are you?” or similar. I don’t have a good reason for it. There are other more-polite forms, as noted in the other answers, but “Who is this?” is direct, reasonable, and unlikely to offend.
How do you politely ask for something urgent?
Consider these alternatives:
- As soon as possible, or _____. Use this to say that something’s urgent, but can wait until a specific deadline if necessary.
- Promptly. This one can serve as a nudge by suggesting the recipient has been less than prompt.
- At your earliest convenience.
- Whenever you’re able.
What is another way to say as soon as possible?
What is another word for as soon as possible?