Mr. Kim, did you meet Mrs. Miller yet?
Have you known each other?
How long have you known each other?
Have you known each other for a while?
Do we know each other?
Why don’t you meet each other now, then?

Could we have gone to high school together?
We must have gone to college together.
I bet we worked together at some point. That must be it. You and I were co-workers.

I haven’t seen you for a long time.
Long time no see.
It’s been a long time since we met, as in “Hi Bob, long time no see”. The jocular imitation of broken English originated in the pidgin English used in Chinese and western exchange.

That’s a long time that we haven’t seen.
Why haven’t we seen this?

You look so well.
You haven’t changed a bit.

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