Overview: Here is a greeting and introduction conversation in English that will let you know how to greet and meet everyone on the first day of college. Packed with nervousness as well as excitement – don’t know what to speak and whom to speak with on the first day of college!
Below given is a greeting and introduction conversation in English that will give you an idea about how to begin a conversation and how to break the ice on the first day!
Greeting and introduction conversation in English
Student 1: Hello, my name is Sam. It’s my first day at college.
Student 2: Oh, hello Sam. Myself Neville. It’s my first day too. I did not expect the class to be so empty on the very first day of college.
Student 1: Yeah totally! I had thought it would be a very nervous day in the college and would have to speak with almost everyone, tell about yourself..
Student 2: I had thought the same. But it looks quite a comfortable first day of college.
Student 1: Yeah. Which college have you graduated from?
Student 2: I have completed my graduation from the University itself and then I wanted to pursue masters. I think graduation is not enough to work in this fast paced environment nowadays. What about you? Where have you graduated from?
Student 1: I have graduated from the University too.
Student 2: How come we didn’t meet then? Interesting, isn’t it?
Student 1: Yeah, I guess we were in the same stream but I was in a different batch. So we couldn’t meet before.
Student 2: Maybe! What’s your reason to opt masters?
Student 1: I want to get into academics and teach students so to have a good position in the teaching industry, I am thinking to go for PhD for which pursuing masters was the next step after graduation.
Student 2: Interesting! Very interesting!
Student 1: And why have you chosen masters? What are your plans!
Student 2: I want to go deep into the field that we are studying now. I want to know every aspect and working of Public Relations. This is my only reason to pursue masters!
Student 1: Nice. I guess the class will take some more time. Do you want to head to the canteen and grab some coffee?
Student 2: Yeah, come on! Let’s go. Let’s check out the canteen too!
(And they both head towards the college canteen..)
- ‘Breaking the ice‘ is a phrase that refers to having a conversation with someone you have just met, whether in your office or college – talking and getting to know each other.
- ‘Heading to the canteen‘ means to ‘go’ towards the canteen.