Student or Learner
Which one sounds best to greet?
1. Fellow Students, Teacher and Friends
2. Dear Teacher, Fellow Students and Friends
3. Dear Sir, Fellow Students and Friends
Are you making a speech, or writing a letter?
Do you think anyone might be insulted if you refer to fellow students and friends as seperate groups of people?
Generally, put the most senior people first - so start with teachers and then go to students.
Can you tell us if this is a spoken greeting or a written greeting, and what is the occasion that it is to be used at?
"Good evening/morning/afternoon, everyone. I would like to thank you all for coming along today - teachers, fellow students and guests. ..."
Thank you for you time and assistance, Anglika. I have one more question. Is it correct to say "coming along today"? I mean I will render the presentation in my class room, before my fellow students and teacher, so won't it sound a bit weird? They take the class every day. Can I say "I would like to thank you for joining the presentation today"?
By the way, I am very sorry for not being clear that where I have say that. I hope you will forgive me.
Thanks for your response. It's indeed very thoughtful of you to take the time out and help people this way.
I am sorry I made a typo. It's "sorry for not being clear. I hope you will forgive me".