I'd like to ask about self-introduction.
I heard that 'My name is da-da-da.' is not used often when someone introduces himself to person he meets first time. Is 'I am da-da-da.' popular way? Or is there another one?
Would you give me some examples you often use?
you can either shake hand and say: (Matilda. nice to meet you.)
it is not necessary to say ( I am) or (My name is). english doesn't force us to limit ourselves. you are free to use whatever you think is correct.
I would probably say:
"Hello, I'm MrPedantic"; then shake hands.
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