Which on is more common phrase between handshake and handclasp? I looked it up on dictionary but I couldn't understand. And what's its preposition? For example I handshake with her? Is it right?
To shake hands is a formal business greeting.
To clasp hands implies a more intense event; a departing friend, consolation over someone's misfortune etc., or a particularly exuberant politician, greeting potential voters.
I handshake with her
doesn't really work.
I [shake]shook hands with her.
We greeted each other with a simple handshake.
The 'act' is a handshake, it describes that you are shaking hands.
Note: in modern terminology - Computers handshake, people shake hands.
The connection was set up using a handshake method.