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leadkeyboard

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Are both of them correct?:

1) "My name is John an yours?"


2) "My name is John, and yours?"
 

Rover_KE

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The first is ungrammatical.

The second is terse and unfriendly - even rude.

On meeting somebody new, say 'Hello, I'm John. How are you?'

If you say this in a friendly manner and with a smile, the other person will respond 'Hi, my name's Alphonse - nice to meet you'.

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