Question: Are You Keeping Well Reply?

How ask how are you?

How to ask “How are you?” (informal)How’s everything?How’s it going?How are things?What’s up.

— Around the year 2001, everyone, everywhere was saying this — thanks to this ad.How are you doing?What’s new.

You all right?.

What is the best answer for how’s life?

Originally Answered: How can you answer “How is life?” If you mean that someone is asking “How is life?” in relation to you, you could answer this the same way you’d answer “How are you?” You could either give the short answer (fine, well, or good) or the longer answer—a little about how things are going.

How is it going expression?

The idiom how’s it going is another way to say how are you, how are things progressing, or what’s up. The it can refer to life in general, a project, or your day. It should be noted that this idiom is said in many countries with the answer expected to be fine or good.

What can I say instead of hope?

The phrase I hope refers to an individual’s aspiration or desire….What is another word for I hope?hopefullyhere’s hopingall being wellfingers crossedtouch woodif all goes wellif everything turns out all rightit is to be hoped thatit is hoped thatone would hope1 more row

How do you respond to someone who is not feeling well?

If my friend is sick what should I say to him ? “Get well, soon!” “I hope you feel better, soon!” “I’m sorry you are sick, I hope that you feel better quickly.” “You are sick.” OK joking aside, if you want to wish him well, then say “get well soon”. Ask him how long he’s got to live.

How are you keeping reply?

‘How are you keeping? ‘ is old fashioned and definitely more British than American. You can answer, ‘I’m keeping well,’ but this is really, really old fashioned, so it’s better to just say, ‘Very well, thank you,’ or something similar.

Are you keeping well meaning?

“Keeping well” means “keeping healthy”. So “I hope you’re keeping well” is a slightly old fashioned greeting. It might be addressed to an older person (for whom being “well” might be in some doubt). … The speaker is hoping that the other person continues to do something in a good manner Eg.

How is your keeping?

—used to ask if someone feels good, bad, happy, well, etc. “How are you keeping, Jill?” “Oh, pretty well, thanks.”

How do you respond to how’s work?

How to answer “How was work?””It was really interesting! I got to go/do…””Oh man, today was rough. We were so busy that I…””Work wasn’t bad. I’ve actually been a little stressed lately, though.””I’m actually thinking of finding a different job. I want to do something more…””Not bad. … “It was good!

How do you respond to Hope all is well?

Reply to “I hope you are well”? [closed]I am very well, thanks. How are you?I am very well, thanks, and hope you are as well.I am very well, thanks. I hope it is the same with you too.(Ignore it completely.)