Question: What Is The Answer Of How’S You?

How the things are going there?

how are things going?/how’s it going?/how goes it.

spoken used to ask someone what is happening in their life, especially used as a greeting ‘Hi Jane.

How’s it going.

‘ ‘Fine, thanks..

How are you reply to a girl?

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How do you reply to what’s up with you?

“What’s up with you” is another way of saying “What is new in your life” or “Tell me what you have been doing recently”. Just reply to it as you would these questions 🙂 Just in case, you don’t know. I would add, that this is an informal way of talking and should only be used with friends.

How was work today is it correct?

It is perfectly correct, if you are speaking to someone who is currently at work. If they have finished work, you ask, ‘How was work today? ‘

When a girl ask if you’re OK?

#1 You can say “Yes, I’m fine, thanks,” even if you’re not OK, and be done with it. #2 You can be honest about how you feel and open up to someone who may not really want to hear about your problems. Then you run the risk of that person avoiding you in the future.

What is the answer to how’s things?

Similarly, if asked “How are things?”, one would reply “Fine” instead of the grammatically complete “They’re fine”. In fact the question “How’re things?” is actually asking about the person (not about the things) so it would be quite normal to respond “I’m fine”.

How is your job going Meaning?

“How’s your job going?” “How’s your job working out?” “How’s your job coming along?” I think because your work is what you are doing right now.

When a guy says what’s up to a girl?

It’s just a greeting meaning “What is happening?”, and a reply that nothing’s happening means you’re fine. That is an expression that has about as much meaningfulness as “How are you?” or “How’s it going?” All, including “What’s up?” are used as greetings.

What does How’s you mean?

an informal way to greet someone you know and ask how they are: How’s you?

What are you up to?

What does “Up To” Mean? “Up to” is one of those pesky little phrasal verbs that you can’t translate literally. It just means doing something. So the question “What are you up to?” just means “What are you doing?”

How do you respond if a girl calls you cute?

If you are interested in pursuing things further, offer a big smile and compliment their appearance (“I think you’re really cute too!”) as well as aspects of their personality that genuinely reflect your views. Don’t stare or prolong the encounter. Ask them if they’d like to do something with you sometime.

What is the reply of how’s life?

The best answer is: “Wonderful, no way it could be better.” That cheers the other person up and brightens their day. That person will remember you with fondness. Your good deed for the day. Most people have nearly zero interest in other people; they ask how you are, merely as a greeting.

What is the answer for how’s work?

If someone asks a specific question about your work, that is different, but if it’s just a generic “How’s work?” that’s the equivalent of “How are you?” and it’s perfectly fine to answer generically, and move on to more interesting topics! I reply with “it’s work.”

What is the meaning of how’s life?

how’s life? spoken used to ask someone if they are well, what they have been doing etc Hi Bob!

How is everyone at home answer?

How is everyone at home? is a polite, acceptable way to ask about how the other person’s family and household is doing. You could also ask directly: … Informally, “How is everyone?” works fine if you’re familiar enough with the person’s family as not to require clarification.

How’s things vs How are things?

It is an idiomatic expression, fairly common here in the Midwestern USA, at least; it is equivalent to “How are things going?” or “How are you?” I’ve tried running this through my head to hear what I actually say, and what I wind up with is either “how are things” or “how’s everything”, both of which agree in number.