Greeting is an act of communication in which human beings intentionally make their presence known to each other, to show attention to, and to suggest a type of relationship (usually cordial) or social status (formal or informal) between individuals or groups of people coming in contact with each other. Greetings are sometimes used just prior to a conversation or to greet in passing, such as on a sidewalk or trail. While greeting customs are highly culture- and situation-specific and may change within a culture depending on social status and relationship, they exist in all known human cultures. Greetings can be expressed both audibly and physically, and often involve a combination of the two. This topic excludes military and ceremonial salutes but includes rituals other than gestures. A greeting, or salutation, can also be expressed in written communications, such as letters and emails. Some epochs and cultures have had very elaborate greeting rituals, e.g. greeting a sovereign. Conversely, secret societies have often furtive or arcane greeting gestures and rituals, such as a secret handshake, which allows members to recognize each other. In some languages and cultures, the same word or gesture is used as both greeting and farewell. Examples are "Good day" in English, "Sat Shri Akaal" in Punjabi, "As-Salamualaikum" in Arabic, "Aloha" in Hawaiian, "Shalom" in Hebrew, "Namaste" in Hindi and "Ciao" in Italian. The bow and handshake are also used for both greeting and leave-taking.
The first step in starting a conversation is your greeting. This is what you say at the very first moment that you see someone or speak on the telephone. And this is the first impression a new person will have about you when you speak. When greeting someone, it is important to use the appropriate level of formality for each situation. Are you comfortable using formal, professional, or casual greetings in English? Do you know when you use them? Or what about slang? This is exactly what this lesson will help you do so you can greet others in English with confidence in any situation. Plus, I have a new free download for you: Use the Right Response to Any Greeting in English.
While sending your resume via email is quick, efficient and simple, you should use the same standards of etiquette that you would exercise if you sent a physical cover letter and resume. Potential employers will gauge your professionalism partly on the way that you address them and the formatting you use. Beginning your email with the proper type of greeting can be the foot in the door you need to obtain a promising new position. Find out the name of the person to whom you are sending your resume. If the job posting does not list the recipient's name, call the business directly and ask. Ensure that you have the correct spelling. A misspelled name can be disastrous in a cover letter because it says you haven't paid attention to detail.Address the person using the proper salutation and last name only. Use Ms. to address a woman and Mr. to address a man unless the recipient has another title such as Dr. If you are uncertain about the recipient's gender, contact the business and politely inquire. Begin the salutation with the word "dear," followed by the recipient's name. Follow this with a colon, which is the correct formatting for any type of business letter. For instance, if you are sending an email to Amanda Barrett, type "Dear Ms. Barrett:" as the salutation. Write a general but format salutation if you are unable to ascertain the name of the proper recipient, such as "Dear Human Resources Manager:" or "Dear Sir or Madam:".
It Is Time To Jump Out Of Bed, Brush Your Teeth,
Eat Your Breakfast And
Get Ready To Grab
All The Opportunities.GoodMorning
That Will Come Your Way....!!!
3.Wake up and Chase your Dreams Choice is yours!
4.Morning time a cup of hot hello, A plate of crispy wishes,
A spoon of sweet smiles &
A slice of great success specially for You
Enjoy the day.
Rise and shine,
buddy! It’s time to show this world who you are.
I hope your morning is filled with peace and harmony,
and you are ready to start your day.
Hope that you’re starting it with a smile..
G. Go to Bed
O. Off The Lights
O. Out Of Tension
D. Dreams Come
N. Nice Sleep
I. Ignore Worries
G. Get Up Early
H. Have A Nice Day
T. Thank God Always ...!!"
you are the reason
why I have sleepless nights.
You are the reason why
I tend to hold my pillow tight.
And you are the reason
I can't sleep without saying GoodNight Sweet Dreams.
Stars light Stars bright
u're the only Star I see tonight.
I wish I might be there guarding ur dreams tonight,
good nite sweet dreams Friends..!!!!!
Hello! My name is Night.
I came here to kidnap your stress;
Kill your strain. My weapon is deep sleep and my path is Sweet Dream.
So please kindly co-operate and handover yourself!
Good Night Sweet Dreams...!!!!!
S-Say thanks to the god.
L-Lying on the bed.
E- Eyes closed slowly
E-End of the day.
P-Plan for the next day.
'G00D NIGHT SWEET DREAMS....'
I miss you so much when you are not around.
I know you do too.
But I hope that it won not make you restless.
Have a great peaceful night and don not forget that in the morning we will see each other again.
Good Night Freinds...!!
Always think positive Expect less
Never stop untill goal is achieved
Definitely all the years ahead you will spend happily !!
Nothing in the nature lives for itself Rivers don't drink their own water
Trees don't eat their own fruit
Sun doesn't give heat for itself
Moon doesn't ever go on
Flowers don't spread fragrance for themselves
Moral Of The Message:
Living for Others is the Rule of Nature.....
If you want to enjoy anything,
today is the first day
If you want to achieve anything
always think today is the last day.....
Every night we go to bed
we have no assurance to get up alive the next morning
but still we have plans for the coming day
that is Hope....!!!
Life is amazing.
Take a moment to appreciate what you have,
enjoy the beauty of this wonderful world and never give up on your dreams.