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Please do not say ‘I am good’ if someone asks you ‘What’s happening’.
Hey guys. It’s Shane from English Understood here.
‘What’s happening’ is a very informal phrase and it’s normally used with people that you know. It’s not used in formal situations. For example, if you go to an interview, please don’t say ‘What’s happening’ to the interviewer.
Here are three common ways to answer the question.
Not much. You?
Nothing much. Yourself?
Nothing exciting. What about you?
In some situations you can answer by saying what you are doing.
For example, if you said to me ‘Shane, what’s happening’, I could say ‘Not much. I’m just filming this YouTube video.’
Some other answers could be ‘I’m just driving home from work’. I just finished my workout at the gym.
So now let me ask you a question. What’s happening? Comment down below.