The most common questions when asking individuals how they are are "How are you?" and "What's up?" There's nothing wrong with either of these greetings, yet they're both simple and general.
As a result, I've compiled this list of alternatives to help you sound less boring.
If you wish to break free from the outdated traditions of greeting and chatting, now is your chance! Get creative and add some flair to your regular life.
What are some more ways to ask, "How are you?" when you see someone you recognize? Ways to Begin a Conversation with "How Are You?"
How are things going? What's up, how are things, what's new, how's it going, how's it going, how's it going, how's it going, how's it going, how's it going, how's it going, how Are you all right? How have you been? How are things going for you? Are you well? What's up? How are you feeling? What are you up to? What's sizzling? How do you do, Howdy? What's going on in the neighborhood, Hello, it's been a while. What's new in your life?
I hope you had a fantastic night, I hope you had a delightful night, I hope you had a great night, I hope you had a pleasant night's rest, I hope you had a wonderful night.
Believe me when I say that you will not be able to understand and speak English correctly until you start paying close attention to basic corrections and small faults in the English language. Not only must you pay attention, but you must also make precise grammatical adjustments.
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