Introduction To The German Language : Deutsch Connect
Learning the proper way to make introductions in German can help you get off to the right start. The German language tends to be a bit more formal than American English. Consequently, introductions in German follow more of a pattern than they sometimes do in the United States. Don’t worry, it’s not complicated — just good manners.
First impressions are important — they can start a friendship and set the tone for your entire meeting.
Start with a greeting.
The simplest greeting is Hallo or Guten Tag, which means Hello or Good Day. If you’re in Southern Germany, they say Grüß Gott instead.
The two most common ways to introduce yourself are to say Ich heiße Name (My name is Name) or Ich bin Name (I’m Name).
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