‘How has your day been’ is talking about something that is not finished.
Hey guys. It’s Shane from English Understood here.
‘How has your day been’ is a great way to start a conversation with someone. Let’s pretend you buy some broccoli at the shop. You can say to the cashier, ‘How was your day been?’
We normally use this phrase to ask about someone’s time at work or what they have been doing during the daytime on a specific day. But the important thing with this phrase is that it’s talking about something that is not finished.
So how can you answer ‘How has your day been’? Simply say ‘It’s been’ and then describe your day. Remember. ‘Been’ normally becomes ‘been’ in fast spoken English. It’s been.
So here are three common answers. It’s been good. It’s been busy. It’s been a bit slow today.
You can also give more information about your day. It’s been a bit slow today. There haven’t been many customers.
Now if you want to ask the other person how their day has been, simply say ‘What about yours’ at the end of your answer. It’s been a bit slow today. There haven’t been many customers. What about yours?
So now let me ask you. How has your day been? Comment down below.