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Hi there. How are you?

Hello. And Bye.

And the use of Dicție: When should I use "Hey there" or "hi there"?
I know that's the kind of greeting someone, but I'm not so sure when it should be used, and how they differ from "Hey" or "hi". Special thanks.
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John Bagnall
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In British English, "Hello" would most likely be received as if the casual greeting. Also, ' ' Good '.
"Hey"-for those old enough to remember the former social class consciousness United Kingdom-has a slight touch of arrogance and condescendență. A ' long ' "Eee-EEEEE" may precede "," where have you been? ' ' Or ' ' what have you done? "Between known, but" Hey ", by itself, could be construed as abrupt or even slightly aggressive. Both are best avoided other than people with whom there is no risk of potentially violent.

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