Is it natural and correct to say let's introduce to each other? For example:

I am your new teacher so let's introduce to each other.

Would it be better to say

I am your new teacher so let's ourselves introduce to each other?

What is the most natural way to say that?

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    The to is not idiomatic. I would usually say "Let's introduce ourselves." Jun 27, 2020 at 10:31
  • The to each other part isn't necessary, but it's perfectly common. Jun 27, 2020 at 11:21

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Not natural. "Let's introduce ourselves" is okay. "... to each other" is rather redundant, but not really wrong.

But I wouldn't feel the need to say anything at all. It depends a little on the students, and their ages and English abilities and the reason you want them to introduce themselves. But I'd probably just introduce myself, and then dialogue with the students: "Tell me you name", "Let me know a little bit about why want to improve your English" etc etc.

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