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Hi Bob the Canadian here.
How are you doing?
How are you doing?
You'll hear this question quite regularly when native English speakers are greeting
each other.
It's a little more personal than, "Hi" or "Hello".
How are you doing?
It's really a question that's meant to inquire about how the person's day is going, and how
they feel about it.
Or, how they're feeling about themselves.
How are you doing?
Now with all regular conversation questions, there's two faster versions of this.
The first fast version is to take "how" and "are" and contract them together.
So you end up with, "How're".
And then the "you" kind of turns into "ya".
And "doing" we kind of drop the "g".
So you end up with a sentence that sounds like this, "How're ya doin?"
"How're ya doin?"
"I'm doing great."
"How're ya doin?"
"I'm having a great day."
"How're ya doin?"
"Not so good."
There's another version where we drop the verb out entirely and we just take the word,
"are" and we just don't use it.
And you say, "How ya doin?"
"How ya doin?"
"I'm doing great"
"How ya doin?"
"I'm doing fine"
So you may hear a conversation that goes like this:
"How ya doin?"
"I'm doing pretty good, How're you doin?"
"I'm doing pretty good too."
Bob the Canadian here.
That's the question, "How are you doing?"
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"How're ya doing?"
"I'm doing good."
"How're ya doin?"
"I'm doing fine."
"How're ya doin?"
"Not so good."
"How're ya doin?"
"I'm doing awesome."
"How're ya doin?"
"I'm having a great day."
"How're you doing?"
"I'm doing good, how're you doing?"
"I'm doing fine, how're you doing?"
"I'm doing great."
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