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Published 28.08.2019 by

How Are You

Zulukree

Dimi

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  1. Mazushicage said:
    Jun 14,  · Normally, you’d use this level of formality with people that are similar in age/rank as you, but you may not be on close terms with. You can use this with people below you in the social hierarchy, but you’d be being unnecessarily polite. You can also use it with people higher in the social hierarchy.
    01.09.2019
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  2. Nemi said:
    May 30,  · “How are you?” is the way Americans say “Hello!” This little conversation “Hey, How are you? Fine, how about you? Good, thanks” is just Americans’ way of being friendly and polite with the people we interact with.
    04.09.2019
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  3. Nir said:
    So, How Are You? Remember, “How are you?” is usually just another way to say hello. If you smile and say “Good, thanks,” you’ve successfully answered the question. And extra points if you also ask, “How are you?” in response! Now, what if you hear a different question?
    01.09.2019
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  4. Yozshugor said:
    May 29,  · (This is most appropriate to utter if you find the recipient of you greeting sighing about life.) Kayf halik (This is how you say it in Arabic.) Ahoy, matey! How are ye? (Clearly, this is the pirate way of asking “How are you?”) You all right? Hvordan har du det? (This is how you say it in Norwegian.) What’s up in the sky? (It’s Superman!)Reviews: 4.
    04.09.2019
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  5. Faezshura said:
    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
    30.08.2019
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  6. Kibei said:
    English You’ll be able to see how close you really are to being the best in the world through a game’s leaderboards. more_vert. open_in_new Link to source; warning Request revision; Du kan se hvor nærme du egentlig er å være den beste i verden via poengoversiktene til spillet. More by ostifurtvingfuncnachreyprotadmaconnibb.xyzinfo Other dictionary words. English. house;.
    28.08.2019
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  7. Sagor said:
    Oct 30,  · If you know that you are one-of-a-kind, you can’t really do the same old routine. It is only natural that you will want a quirky response other than the old and bold “I’m fine, thank you.” If you want to show off how unique and witty you are, these responses are good to go with.
    02.09.2019
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  8. Fenrigore said:
    Oct 25,  · Now, when someone asks “How are you?” (or “How’s it going?” or “Wassup?”), the classic response is “I’m fine, thanks.” That was, like, our first ever English lesson, right? But this can sound a little boring and dry. So let’s mix it up a little!
    01.09.2019
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  9. Vit said:
    And so you feel as if the inquirer really isn’t interested, which leaves you feeling sorry that you answered honestly. Children, on the other hand, are curious, perceptive, and non-censoring.
    04.09.2019
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