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There are many different ways to make greetings in English depending on the situation and level of formality you're aiming for. Here are a few examples:

"Hello" or "Hi" are simple and common greetings that work in most situations.

"Good morning/afternoon/evening" are more formal greetings that are used at specific times of the day. "Good morning" is typically used until around noon, "good afternoon" from noon to about 6pm, and "good evening" thereafter.

"How are you?" is a common casual greeting that can be followed up with a simple "good, thanks" or a more detailed response depending on the situation.

"Nice to meet you" is a polite greeting for someone you're meeting for the first time.

"What's up?" is a more informal greeting that's often used between friends or peers.

Remember to use appropriate body language and tone of voice when making your greeting to ensure you come across as friendly and approachable.

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