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How can I use the phrase "having been introduced to the guest of honor" in a complete sentence?

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    I doubt if this is 4th grade English -- but --

    Having been introduced to the guest of honor, I praised her for her outstanding achievement.

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    how is your mom

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    Having been introduced to the guest of honor

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