EL Civics for ESL Students

Greetings Lesson, Page 3

by www.elcivics.com
Good morning!

Good Morning

  • "Good morning" is both a formal and informal greeting.


  • Co-workers often greet each other by saying good morning.


  • Americans say good morning from sunrise to noon.

 

Good afternoon!

Good Afternoon

  • "Good afternoon" is both a formal and informal greeting.
  • You can say good afternoon to both strangers and friends.
  • Americans say good afternoon from noon until about 5:00 PM.

 

Good evening!

Good Evening

  • "Good evening" is both a formal and informal greeting.
  • You can say this to both strangers and friends.
  • Americans say good evening from about 5:00 PM until sunrise. After sunrise, they say good morning.

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