Ethiopia: | ብትኽክል/ ተረዲኡኒ ንምባል |Spoken English | I got it | Exactly | English in Tigrigna | lesson 5 ሰላም ጥዒና ይሃበለይ፤ ዝኸበርኩም ናይ Homesweetland U YouTube Channel ቤተሰብ፣ እንቋዕ ናብ መደብ (Spoken English)ብድሓን መጻእኩም። አቕራቢ አነ ሙሌና ደስታ እየ። እዚ ትምህርቲ እንተፈቲኩምዎ ኮመንት/ ሼር ላይክ ግበሩ ሓደሽቲ እንተኾይንኩም ድማ subscribe ብምግባር ናይ ቻነልና ቤተሰብ ኩኑ። ንሎሚ ንማሃሮ ትምህርቲ ሓደ ሰብ ዝናገሮ/ዝዛረቦ ነገር ከምዝተረደአና ልምርግጋጽ/ንምርግጋጽ እንጥቀመሎም መግሊጺታት እዩ ክኸውን። #mulenadesta #Igotit #spokenenglishintigrigna Formal greetings are also used when you meet older people. These are formal ways of saying “hello”, which change depending on the time of day. Keep in mind that “good night” is only used to say “goodbye”, so if you meet someone late in the day, remember to greet them with “good evening”, rather than “good night” Formal and informal language serve different purposes. The tone, the choice of words and the way the words are put together vary between the two styles. Formal language is less personal than informal language. Informal English includes conversational language. Contractions such as can't, won't, and I'm. Contractions are not used in formal English. Formal English is carefully worded as in academic or professional writing. Word choice is important in formal English. But not all input is the same. There are, roughly speaking, two basic types of English input: formal and informal. Formal English is used in “serious” texts and situations — for example, in official documents, books, news reports, articles, business letters or official speeches.