Idioms starting with ‘make’: make someone’s acquaintance

Are you familiar with the word ‘acquaintance’? Today’s idiom uses this noun in a formal way.

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make someone’s acquaintance – [FORMAL] to meet someone

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Although people generally use more informal English nowadays, it’s still useful to know some formal expressions to use on special occasions.
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NOTE: Thrilled is a strong adjective and we don’t normally use ‘very’ with these adjectives. So, in the example sentence, we would not say, “I’m very thrilled to make your acquaintance“.
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You can make this idiom sound a bit less formal by changing some of the words. See examples below:

I’m pleased/happy to make your acquaintance.

It’s good/great/lovely to make your acquaintance.
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