How Do You Do?Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012
How Do You Do?     How do you do?Hello! Good to meet you.  Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012
Nice to meet you          Nice to meet you, ...    (Im) pleased to meet you, …         Happy to meet you, …    Its very ni...
How are you?     How are you?  Hows it going?How are you doing? Whats up? (Am) Whats new? (Am)Everyday English by Inka Vil...
How are you?  How are things with you?           Hows life?      Hows business?     Howve you been?Hows the world treating...
Fine, thanks       Fine / OK / great Fine, thanks, how are you?       Im fine, thanks.   Thanks, things are OK.Good, thank...
Pretty good – Could be better    This are going well, thanks, and you?                  Pretty good.Not bad. / Not too bad...
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  1. 1. How Do You Do?Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012
  2. 2. How Do You Do? How do you do?Hello! Good to meet you. Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012
  3. 3. Nice to meet you Nice to meet you, ... (Im) pleased to meet you, … Happy to meet you, … Its very nice meeting you, …Pleased to make your acquaintance. Likewise. Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012
  4. 4. How are you? How are you? Hows it going?How are you doing? Whats up? (Am) Whats new? (Am)Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012
  5. 5. How are you? How are things with you? Hows life? Hows business? Howve you been?Hows the world treating you? What have you been up to?What have you done lately? Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012
  6. 6. Fine, thanks Fine / OK / great Fine, thanks, how are you? Im fine, thanks. Thanks, things are OK.Good, thanks. How about you? Very well, thanks. Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012
  7. 7. Pretty good – Could be better This are going well, thanks, and you? Pretty good.Not bad. / Not too bad. / Not so bad, thanks. Well, so-so. (I) cant complain. Fair to middling. Things could be better, thanks. Could be better. Everyday English by Inka Vilén 2012

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