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    balakrishnanijk is offline Member
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    Default to meet and to have met

    What is the difference between "It is nice to meet you" and "It is nice to have met you"? Can we use either of them when we meet a person?

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    Default Re: to meet and to have met

    "It is nice to meet you" is what you would say at the time of meeting the person, and "It is nice to have met you" is what you would say as you are saying goodbye to the person.

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