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People often ask us for conversational English on this blog. They want to learn the sort of phrases that they can use to chat informally with friends. The following are all used as friendly, informal questions between friends who have just met again, having not seen each other recently:. The positive reply is usually Good, thanksoften followed by a similar question.
You might notice that the grammatically correct Really well, thanks is not used very much in informal spoken English. A natural next step is to show interest by asking What have you been doing recently? Note the tense: the present perfect continuousused for recent activities that are still continuing.
The answer often includes the same tense:. A more informal question with the same meaning is So what have you been up to recently? The person replying often asks the same question, sometimes with the shorter, How about you? Another question for asking about a particular situation is How are things at…? Reblogged this on shukrimahmoodmohamed. You recently ed up to follow one of my posts. This means once you confirm below, you will receive an when new comments are posted. To activate, click confirm below. If you believe this is an error, ignore this message and nothing more will happen.
This question annoys me. Reblogged this on ruiwordpresscomblog. So, interesting! Thank you for giving me some friendly and informal questions that I can use in a conversation with an old friend I have. Also, it might be better to hold the conversation in a nearby tavern for a more carefree vibe. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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You are commenting using your Facebook. Notify me of new comments via. Notify me of new posts via. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. The following are all used as friendly, informal questions between friends who have just met again, having not seen each other recently: How are you doing? How are things with you? How have you been?
The answer often includes the same tense: So what have you been doing recently? So what have you been up to recently? Not much, actually. So how are things at home? How are your parents?
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