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The most well known way to greet somebody is
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we're going to learn some easy ways to

ask an answer
common questions in English it's really

useful
ended only takes three minutes in this

lesson
you're going to learn new more common

ways to ask
and answer the question how are you in

English
you've probably learned how are you
and I'm fine in text books before
but in the United States people will

usually ask this question and answer it
in a different way first
let's review if someone says
how are you you can say I'm fine
I'm fine here are some
other ways to answer pretty good
this means about the same thing as
I'm fine pretty good we also have
not bad you can use this if you are

feeling just
okay or so sell not bad
let's look at our question again how are

you
this is the most well-known way asking

how someone is
you could use it when you want to be

polite but now
let's look at some different ways to ask

how someone is
these ways are more casual and much more

common
first Haiti has a gun
hey how's it going you can answer this
in many ways if you're feeling good
you can say good good
pretty good pretty good
not bad not bad
in once more good pretty good
not bad here's a tip: even though these

answers mean the same thing as
I'm fine you can't answer how's it going
with I'm fine it will sound a bit

strange
if you're not feeling good you can say
not so good not so good
not great in not great
or not so well
not so well be careful
if you say wanna be's the other person

will usually ask
why what's wrong to be polite then
you'll have to explain another casual
but very common version have how are you

is
what's up what's up to reply
use a cheerful voice as you say not much
not much or nothing much
nothing much this means you're free
and able to chat since what's up
is just another way of saying hello you

can also
reply with hey or hi now it's time for a

leash is advice
a lot of the time when we ask questions

that mean
how are you in English we're not

actually asking about the other person's
health
were only asking to be polite you should

think of these questions
as another way of saying hello away for

the conversation to get started
instead a actual literal questions in

fact
when someone asks you what's up you

don't even have to answer
just say what's up in reply do you know

the difference between
what do you do and what are you doing
it's a little tricky but we'll explain

it simply
in the next English in three minutes

lesson see you next time
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