Conor

Conor is the founder of One Minute English and has been an English teacher for 10 years. He has recently moved to teaching English online and is building courses to help English learners around the globe!

“Nice to meet you”or “Nice meeting you” - What’s the difference?

“Nice to meet you”or “Nice meeting you” – What’s the difference?

When you are chatting with a new person, you might want to say that you enjoyed the conversation. That is why you might say, “Nice to meet you” or somebody might say “Nice meeting you”. These phrases are not exactly the same So, let’s find the difference between these two phrases. “Nice meeting you” is …

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There are 5 of us

We are 3 or There are 3 of us – Which is correct?(There are + number in a group)

“There are three of us” is correct and much more common in English when speaking about a number of people in a group. “We are three” is often the result of someone translating from another language or an older form of English.  When we want to say something “exists” in English, we use “There is/There …

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