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How are you doing? How are you going? How’s it going? What’s the difference between all of these phrases?
Hey guys. It’s Shane from English Understood here.
Do you want the good news or do you want the good news? The good news is these phrases normally have the same meaning when they’re used as a greeting. They just mean ‘How are you’.
So that means you can use any of these phrases when you want to greet someone and you don’t want to use the phrase ‘How are you’. When you want to use something different. Easy, right?
To answer these questions, you can use the same answers as when you’re answering ‘How are you’.
There are thousands of different ways to answer these questions but here are three common examples.
I’m good, thanks. Yourself?
I’m not bad, thanks. You?
I’m very well, thank you. How are you? This is a more formal answer.
So how are you going? Comment down below.