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  1. Junior Member
    Interested in Language
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      • Native Language:
      • Brazilian Portuguese
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      • Brazil
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      • Brazil

    • Join Date: Sep 2007
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    Cool Enchanted/ravished/pleased/delighted?

    Hello amigos1

    Im enchanted/ravished/pleased/delighted to meet you.

    Which ones are used formally or not?



  2. Barb_D's Avatar
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      • American English
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      • United States
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    Re: Enchanted/ravished/pleased/delighted?

    Enchanted sounds like something the prince says to the princess in a story for children.

    I'm delighted to meet you is very enthusiasitc, but not informal. I wouldn't use this for a business meeting, but perhaps for my propsective son-in-law. Assuming my daughter spoke in glowing terms about him previously.

    I pleased (or very pleaesed) to meet you is a common things to say in a formal or semi-formal situation. ("Nice to meet you" is the informal version.)


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