English expression

'Glad to meet you.' is expressed as 'Nice to meet you.'
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Is the expression above grammatical?
Do I have to use 'as' after 'expressed'?

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  1. Yes, it's correct.

    The only thing I'd do is to remove the period after the first instance of "you" since it's in the middle of the sentence.

    =)

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