- How’s it going VS How are you?
- Are you feel better or do you feel better?
- What to say instead of what you doing?
- How do you ask someone if they feel better?
- How do you ask how are you doing?
- What can I say instead of I am fine?
- How do you ask a patient questions?
- How do you make a sick person feel better?
- What can you ask instead of are you okay?
- What to say when someone ask what are you doing?
- How are you doing today answer?
- How are you another way to ask?
How’s it going VS How are you?
I think ‘how are you’ is slightly more formal (still not really formal, though).
That’s the only difference, really.
I’d use ‘how’s it going’ for asking about specific things and general wellbeing.
I’d say they’re pretty much interchangeable..
Are you feel better or do you feel better?
You can use “are you feeling better now” from day to night, 24/7 and it implies continuity. While “Do you feel better” is fine (from a non-native speaker of English) because depression is not like a cold.
What to say instead of what you doing?
That would mean you want to know what someone is doing right at that moment….What are you doing these days?What are you doing lately?What are you doing with your life?What are you up to lately?How is it going these days?How is it going lately?
How do you ask someone if they feel better?
lot ways depending on different scenarios: 1. someone who just recovered from illness: “are you feeling better now?” / “are you in good shape now?” 2. someone who fell or stumbled: “are you okay/alright?” “are you hurt?” 3.
How do you ask how are you doing?
Ways to Ask “How Are You”How’s everything?How’s it going?How are things?What’s up?How are you doing?What’s new?You all right?How have you been?More items…
What can I say instead of I am fine?
Ways to say that you are well.I’m fine thank you.I feel great / marvellous / fine.Couldn’t be better.Fit as a fiddle.Very well, thanks.Okay.Alright.Not bad.More items…
How do you ask a patient questions?
Here are 5 questions every medical practice should ask when a new patient arrives.What Are Your Medical and Surgical Histories? … What Prescription and Non-Prescription Medications Do You Take? … What Allergies Do You Have? … What Is Your Smoking, Alcohol, and Illicit Drug Use History? … Have You Served in the Armed Forces?
How do you make a sick person feel better?
How to Help Someone Who Is SickCall and then come by for 20 minutes when you can. … Cook my family dinner. … Bake cookies or brownies, and bring them frozen so I can eat them when my appetite improves. … Offer help for a specific time and date. … Do minor house repairs.Offer the gift of massage, manicure or pedicure.More items…•
What can you ask instead of are you okay?
What’s going on?” Instead of asking them if they are okay, ask them if there is anything you can do for them, or get for them, or are there any tasks, errands or chores you can help with. This will go a long way with someone who might not be feeling well (who is not okay) or who might not be able to get around.
What to say when someone ask what are you doing?
When someone asks ‘what are u doing?’ this question doesn’t require a specific answer. You could answer saying, “Nothing much” or “Just the usual” because the person likely doesn’t need to know the ins and outs of your routine, it’s just a conversation starter.
How are you doing today answer?
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.
How are you another way to ask?
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?