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In Western culture, a man is introduced to a woman and a young person is introduced to an elderly person. (Is this expressions grammatical?)

e.g. Mina, this is Mike. Mike, this is Mina.
In this words, who is being introduced to whom?
Is Mina being introduced to Mike?
Or Is Mike being introduced to Mina?

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    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. When you say "Mina, this is Mike," Mike is being introduced to Mina.

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    He is not only a great baseball player but also a fine pianist.

    a. preposition not only but also
    b. adjective
    c. correlative
    d. adverb

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