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How do you reply to so so?

How do you reply to so so?

Be aware that “So-so” will often be interpreted by an anglophone as a euphemism for “not very well, actually”. Unless things are clearly negative, the usual response is the meaningless “Fine, thanks”. If things were really positive, you’d usually get “Great, thanks.”

What is the reply of so kind of you?

Usually people say ‘It’s very kind of you’ as a way of showing their appreciation, as a way of thanking you. You don’t reply with “thank you.” You use a reply that tells them that you are pleased to be helpful. There are several things you might say, such is, ‘I am glad I was able to help.

How you doing is correct sentence?

Yes, “How are you doing?” is correct colloquial English. Your sentence is good. You also might hear “How you doing?”, but it would be wrong to write it that way in a sentence, unless you’re quoting.

What you doing is correct?

“what you are doing” is correct when it is being used as a statement.

What to say how you doing?

If someone asks you how you are doing, you can say: Just fine, thank you; I’m doing pretty good; Well, fine now, but I have had a bad cold; So, so.

How are you in formal way?

The most common way of greeting someone both at an informal level and more formally would be: Hello! How are you? to which the standard reply is: Very well, thank you. or: Fine, thank you.

How do you ask someone about their well being?

Formal email

  1. I hope all is well.
  2. I hope all is well with you.
  3. I hope this message finds you well.
  4. I hope things are going well for you.

How Avoid How are you?

Stop asking ‘how are you? ‘ Harvard researchers say this is what successful people do when making small talk

  1. Use the A.C.T. trick to start a connection.
  2. Move beyond the “hourly update”
  3. Be in the moment and observe your surroundings.
  4. Share some news (that actually happened)
  5. Talk early.
  6. It’s not just what you say.