You asked: How do you respond to how are you in Spanish?

What is the reply of how are you?

You need to answer briefly, but in a positive way. “Great!” “I’m doing really well, thank you,” or “Fantastic!” are all good ways to answer. They will tell the other person that you are enthusiastic and ready to work. You might be shaking hands, too.

How do you respond to muy bien?

would be bien (fine) or even ¡muy bien! (great!). Other less positive replies could be vaya (so-so), regular (not bad), vamos tirando (getting by).

How do you respond to how are you doing?

If someone asks “How are you doing?,” grammatically you should answer “Well.” This says “I’m doing well.” Since “doing” is an action verb, we need to use the adverb “well” to describe that action.

What should I reply to I’m fine?

‘ If someone says: “How are you?,” you can say: “I’m fine.” Another way to answer: “Pretty good.”—This means about the same thing as “I’m fine.” We also have: “Not bad.” You can use this if you are feeling just okay, or so-so.

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How do you respond to a crush?

Flirty Ways for How to Respond to How Are You (To Your Crush)

  1. 01Well, I am good, but I’ve been even better in the last 2-3 seconds. …
  2. 02It all depends on how I’m willing to feel, really. …
  3. 03I might not have been so great, but it’s not going to stop me from ending this day on a great note.

How do you respond to Grazie?

The response to grazie that you’re most likely to use or hear is prego (you’re welcome), or you could say di niente (not at all). For greater emphasis you can use s’immagini or si figuri in the formal form, and figurati informally (don’t mention it).

How do you reply to how’s your day?

Or, other replies are~ (How’s your day) “It’s been great, and yours?” “It’s been good, yours?” (How’s it going) “I’m well, how about you?” “It’s going great, what about you?” ^ these are all happy/positive replies, but you can also say “I’ve had better days” or “It’s not been great..”

What is the reply of whats up?

4 Answers. “What’s up” means “What’s happening.” I usually just reply “nothing.” because nothing is happening to me. But, there are alternatives, such as the usual reply to a greeting: Not much.

How are you asking in return?

“How’s it going with you?” “How are things on your end?” “How’s everything with you?” “Have you been doing ok?”

How do you say I’m not fine?

Ways to Say You’re Not OK

  1. ‘ME’ – How does this person make me feel? When someone takes the time to ask ‘R U OK’ we need to start by appreciating that this person cares enough to stop and ask the question. …
  2. ‘I’ – How am I feeling? How are you feeling? …
  3. YOU – How can you help me? …
  4. WE – What can we do together?
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Is it rude to say fine?

It’s fine.” Why it doesn’t work: “The word ‘fine’ is often used in conversation as a form of compliance. It can have a negative or positive tone, but it is mostly perceived as rude and dismissive,” says Bessey. “It is best to err on the side of caution and replace ‘fine’ with ‘good.