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Is the following dialog normal?
When do people usually say "Nice to meet you."

Alex: Nice to meet you. My name is Alex. What's your name?
Jack: Hi Alex. Nice to meet you. I'm Jack. How old are you?
Alex: I'm 11 years old. How old are you?
Jack: I'm 11 years old, too.
Alex: What's your hobby?
Jack: My hobby is dancing. What's your hobby?
Alex: I like playing basketball.
Jack: It was nice meeting you.
Alex: You too.

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Is the following dialog normal? 
When do people usually say "Nice to meet you."

Alex: Nice to meet you. My name is Alex. What's your name?
Jack: Hi Alex. Nice to meet you. I'm Jack. How old are you?
Alex: I'm 11 years old. How old are you?
Jack: I'm 11 years old, too.
Alex: What's your hobby?
Jack: My hobby is dancing. What's your hobby?
Alex: I like playing basketball.
Jack: It was nice meeting you.
Alex: You too.
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