Advice 1: How to respond to greetings

Holidays. How many were there in your life, and how much more? I congratulate you, I congratulate you. Do I need to say something in response to the greeting? According to the rules of etiquette, and if you are a gentleman, to meet the need. Holidays are different, and your answer may be different. It also depends upon the one who congratulates: close friends, acquaintances, relatives, colleagues, neighbors, or just walking down the street. Congratulations can come through different sources: in person, by letter, SMS, email, telegram or telephone.
How to respond to greetings
Instruction
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New year's greetings to thank and answer their own greeting.
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The greeting happy birthday in person or on the phone - just to thank or to say thank you. The letter, e-mail, postal letter need to respond and respond with words of gratitude for the fact that you are not forgotten and remembered an important event for you, available to you in any form.
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On the 8th of March, if you congratulated a woman, need to thank and congratulate her in response. If the man to thank. The intensity of emotions must come from approximate to you this man.
On February 23, to do the same. Man to congratulate in response, and for the female to Express my gratitude.
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On national holidays, you can reply "Thanks, same to you".
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On Holy Easter greetings special sound, and the response to them to be appropriate. The sounds greeting "Christ is Risen", the response should be "he is Risen Indeed".

Advice 2: How to thank for the congratulations

Greetings, from old Russian "health" (health) the wish of good health and well – being. Usually congratulatory speeches are made on holidays: birthdays, new year, professional holidays, etc. Often, but words congratulating presents a gift.
How to thank for the congratulations
Instruction
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If congratulations are backed by a gift, as soon as the donor will agree and will give you a gift, just say, "Thank you." In some cases, you can attach the donor's name.
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Open gift. Say "thank you" again, even if the gift you don't really need or don't like. If the donor is your best friend, kiss him on the cheek.
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If speech does not imply the delivery of a gift, but requires a longer, detailed answer than in the first case, listen to the speaker. Then take the word. Start the speech with the words "thank you", "thank you" or other synonyms. Describe the speaker to the audience: tell us about the positive qualities which he has shown in your presence, about the interesting situations when the person helped you is unusual or unexpected way.
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Express gratitude to the man for his location. Note how happy you are to meet him. Finish the speech with the same words that began: "thank you."
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