When you meet somebody for the first time, you introduce yourself (tell the person who you are).
To introduce yourself, you can just say:
This is Goldie.
Do you know Rosie?
Have you met Blue-Blue?
Kids, please meet Pinker.
Introducing others to someone does not mean that you are just telling their names. Below you will find some examples.
Buddy has a big family! Now he wants to introduce some of them to us.
This is Patty, my sister.
This is Bonnie, my cousin.
This is my brother Tom. He is a doctor.
This is my aunt Mary. She lives in a castle.
After introducing each other, it is polite to chat for a while. Say something pleasant, ask some general questions, and don't forget to smile!
Here are some examples.
Nice to meet you, Patty.
Hi, Bonnie. How are you?
How do you do, Mr Tom?
Where are you from, Madam?
Check out other resources on the topic! This unit includes both online and printable materials that can help kids learn and practise basic English expressions in a fun way.