LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||09/JUL/2013 7:51 AM|
|Assunto:||Títulos e sir|
Hi, friends form EMB forum,
My question today is:
I was observing this sentence from a dialog:
Clerk: Good evening, Mr. How may I help you?
I was wondering if the correct way to address a person in this case would be "sir" or "madam" (if it was a female person). In my opinion, the titles, Mr, Mrs, Ms are suitable for calling a person when you know the name of the person. For example: Mr. Peterson, May I help you?
Is it also correct the way it is showed in the sentence above?
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