There's no point telling me "Hi, how are you?" if you have nothing else to say.
Hi! What is the purpose of your visit in America, sir?
Hi, I'd like a deep-fried pizza roll.
Hi, Fred, how about badminton on Thursday?
Hi, to all good Iranian children.
Hi. I feel kind of sick.
Hi, is this you? "Yes, this is me."
Hi Mr Ant, keeping up the good work today as well. Here's a sugar cube.
Hi! I'm Ichirou Tanaka. Nice to meet you.
Hi, I just wanted to let you know that the problem is fixed.
Oh, now I feel the wind blow hi, hi, hi, hi.
Hi, I'm Taro Kawaguchi.
However, 2007, this holiday moved to May 4th, while April 29th became the memorial day of Showa called "Showa no Hi".
English word "hola"(hi) occurs in sets:greetings and goodbyes
Hello, could you tell me where a telephone box is?
He always says "Hello" when I see him.
Why didn't the half-cooked steak say hello to the nearly-cooked steak when the two saw each other? They both weren't ready.
Why do people add simple and common sentences such as "hello", "how are you", etc.?
Hello. My name is John Reindle. I work at the American Embassy in Prague.
But the first thing we say is "hello."
Hello, is this Mrs. Brown? "Yes, this is Mrs. Brown."
I don't know any more about him. I know him, but only to say hello to.
My dinner just came back up to say hello.
Hello, what's that? Somebody doing street theatre or something?
My sister did not say "Hello."
Hello. I'm Jarmila Kučerová. I'm glad to meet you.
Hello, I have a reservation, my name is Kaori Yoshikawa. Here is the confirmation card.
Hello Giada, tell us your story, we'll listen to you.
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