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How to Ask "How Are You?" and Answer It

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How are you?
Hello, Mr. Matsushima, how are you?
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How are you?
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I'm fine.
I'm fine.
I'm fine.
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Thank you.
thank you, but
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Thank you.
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I'm okay.
I'm okay.
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And you?
And you?
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I'm great.
I'm great.
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I'm sleepy.
I'm sleepy.
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How have you been recently?
How have you been recently?
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I'm not bad.
I'm not bad.
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I'm feeling bad.
I'm feeling bad.
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Thank you for asking.
Thank you for asking.
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I'm fine too.
I'm fine too.
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avatar EnglishClass101.com Saturday at 5:52 pm

Did we miss any other common phrases? Leave a comment and tell us what other phrases you use a lot!

avatar EnglishClass101.com Friday at 3:25 pm

Hi iryna,

Yes, I think that’s a really common phrase too!

Kellie
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avatar iryna Thursday at 1:16 am

Hi!

What about ” How are you doing?”😄

avatar EnglishClass101.com Friday at 9:50 am

Hi Studentka,

I think that “exhausted” is a great word to describe being tired! I use that too.

Kellie
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avatar Studentka Tuesday at 4:37 am

Hi, sometimes I use I’ m tired. I’m fully exhausted. I’m Happy, the live is so beautiful. Bye for now , have a good time, studentka Jitka.