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18 Types of Welcome in English

More than 100 welcome phrases in the English language

In today's lesson, we will focus on the 100 most types of welcome in English that are all used in our daily conversation in English. 

We hope that these small phrases and sentences will certainly be useful in most types of welcome. 


Informal greetings


Phrases said when greeting, often with friends and family, and often not formal:

  • Hi buddy!
  • Hey buddy!
  • Hi dude!
  • Hi guys!
  • Hi friends!
  • Hello everyone!
  • Hi!
  • Hey.
  • Howdy!

Formal greetings


Phrases to be said when greeting in a formal way:

  • Good morning!
  • Good morning, guys!
  • Good afternoon.
  • Good evening, Sir.
  • Good night.
  • Good day.
  • Good day for you.

Happy greetings


Phrases about the joy of seeing someone:

  • Nice to meet you, buddy!
  • Good to see you.
  • It's glad to see you.
  • Happy to see you.

Respond to "how are you"


Sentences to be said when answering the question "How are you?":

  • I'm fine.
  • I'm fine, thanks.
  • I'm fine, thanks. How about you?
  • I'm good, thanks.
  • Not too bad.
  • I'm very well.
  • I'm very well indeed!

Respond to "how are things going"


Sentences to be said when answering the question "How are things going?":

  • Everything is fine.
  • Not so good.
  • Not great.
  • Not great, but at the moment okay.
  • I've been better.

Be polite


Sentences to be said when asking for something politely:


  • Please have a look.
  • Please come in.
  • Please have a seat.
  • Please be seated.
  • Please forgive me.
  • I appreciate.
  • Thank you.
  • Thanks for your help.
  • That's all.

Questions to ask someone


Phrases to ask about the situation and things about some one:

  • How are you doing?
  • How is your life?
  • How's everything?
  • How's life?
  • How's your day?
  • How's everything going?
  • How's life been treating you?
  • What's up?
  • What's new?
  • What do you do?
  • What's going on?
  • What is your name?
  • How old are you?
  • Tell me about yourself?
  • Can you tell me about yourself?

Express longing


Sentences to express longing for people:

  • Long time no see.
  • Long time no talk.
  • It's been a while.

Phrases about a happy meeting


Sentences to express my joy in meeting someone:

  • It's nice to meet you.
  • Pleased to meet you.

Phrases about the day


Phrases to express the state of the day are often said with people:

  • It's a lovely day!
  • It's such a warm day!
  • It's such a lovely day!
  • It's a wonderful evening.
  • It's such a beautiful day!

When leaving people


Phrases said to express the state of the day, often when leaving people:

  • Have a nice day.
  • Have a great weekend.
  • Have a good day.
  • Have a great time.
  • Have a wonderful holiday.

12. Say sorry


Sentences to say sorry:

  • I'm sorry.
  • I'm sorry about that.
  • I'm sorry, it was my mistake.
  • My sincere apologies.

Praise someone


Sentences to praise someone:

  • He is such a nice guy.
  • He is a great man.
  • She is so pretty.
  • It's pretty good. 

Express happiness


Phrases to express enjoyment:

  • Enjoy!
  • Enjoy your trip.
  • Enjoy the summer!
  • Enjoy your weekend.

Say goodbye (case #1)


Phrases to say goodbye to someone who is going through something rather negative:

  • Hope you are doing well.
  • Hope to see you soon.
  • All is well!

Say goodbye (case #2)


Phrases to say goodbye to someone you will see again:

  • See you buddy.
  • See you guys.
  • See you my friends.
  • See you later.
  • See you again.
  • See you tomorrow.
  • I'll call you tomorrow.

Say goodbye (case #3)


Phrases said to say goodbye to a person on a journey or heading to travel:

  • God bless you.
  • Peace be with you.

Farewell phrases


Phrases to say farewell in general.

  • Bye.
  • Bye, bye.
  • Good bye.
  • Bye for now.

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