How is your health reply?

How is your health reply?

Depending on how well you know the person, you might just want to say, “All is good.” If you are close, you can say what is really up (if something big is indeed up with you). How do you answer, “How is your health now?” You can just keep it light if you don’t know the person. You can just say, “I’m good.”

How is your pain reply?

It’s more common to say “It’s fine” or “It’s OK”. Or to comment on if it’s improving or getting worse. In that case, “it’s better now” or “it’s hurts a lot more now” are also acceptable.

What can I say to a sick person?

Examples“Hope you get to feeling better soon!”“Looking forward to seeing you back at practice when you’re ready.”“Wishing you well.”“Take extra good care!”“Here’s to you—steadier, stronger and better every day.”“We hope you’re taking it slow and easy right now.”“Take your sweet time getting well!”

How are you formally answer?

Or: Nice to meet you. 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.

What is the reply of whats up?

“What’s up” is another way of asking “How are you” and “what’s going on”. To reply, you can usually start the conversation with something interesting that’s happened since you last spoke, or, if nothing interesting has happened you can simply say “not much, what’s up with you?”.

What is the answer for how’s work?

If someone asks a specific question about your work, that is different, but if it’s just a generic “How’s work?” that’s the equivalent of “How are you?” and it’s perfectly fine to answer generically, and move on to more interesting topics! I reply with “it’s work.”

How is your work meaning?

“How is your work coming along” is used when you ask someone how are they doing with their job. “

How is your work going?

If you simply ask someone “How’s work going?” it’s a general question simply asking if things are OK at work. 2) How are you doing?

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