How To Greet a Group

Saying “Hello together” in English can sound a bit off, so it’s best to stick with “Hello everyone” or “Hi everyone.” You can also use “Hello all” or “Hi all” in informal settings.

Here are a few examples:

  • “Hello everyone, and welcome to the meeting!”
  • “Hi everyone, I’m glad you could all make it.”
  • “Hello all, I’m excited to start this project with you.”
  • “Hi all, thanks for coming to my party!”

If you’re feeling adventurous, you can add a bit of personality to your greeting, such as “Hello everyone, and a special welcome to our new team members!” or “Hi everyone, thanks for coming to my birthday party! I’m so excited to celebrate with you all.

Just be careful not to go too overboard. You want your greeting to be friendly and welcoming, not cheesy or over-the-top.

What is your favourite way to greet a group of people?


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