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Pam wrote:

So, to introduce people, you can usually just be very very casual and
"Johnny, this is my friend, Jane." Then, to Jane, "Johnny's son and
mine are friends." Or whatever little thing seems appropriate. It is
nice to say something more than names, because it gives the two
people just being introduced something to say next - a little hook
for a couple of more pleasantries. In the above intro, for example,
Jane can now say, "Oh, how old is your son?" Or something else that
just gets a little conversation going.


Yeah---probably more likely: "So, Johnny, what school does your son go



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