When Someone Ask How Have You Been?

What to say when someone asks why you blocked them?

If you now feel the need to reacquaint yourself communication is the answer.

A kind honest explanation as to the whys and wherefore no matter the issues should help.

It is important to be forthcoming, egos alienated (smiles).

Talking things out, and an honest apology, if warranted..

How’s it going or how it’s going?

How are you doing? “How’s it going?” is an abbreviation for “How is it going?”. This phrase is a little casual, but it’s OK in a lot of different situations. If you want to sound more formal, you can say “Hello” to greet a person, or “How are you?” to start a conversation.

How are you doing flirty response?

I feel all the better now that you asked me. Everything is fine with you around. Right now, I’m on my way to paving a path to your heart.

What have you been up to meaning in English?

Lyn. Jan 21, 2012. what have you been up to? – it means I haven’t seen you for a long time, so tell me what you have been doing? You can answer anything that kept you busy. E.g: “What have you been up to today?” – , “I was at work until 2:00pm, and then I went to the store to pick up some milk.” Hope this helps :D.

How have you been doing Meaning?

How you been doing is like asking what they are feeling emotionally and what have you been doing is more of a action. like. I have been doing chores. How you been doing is like asking what they are feeling emotionally and what have you been doing is more of a action.

What does How’s it going?

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.

How was your day reply?

In a rush to connect in a limited amount of time, many parents default to asking the standard “How was your day?” on the way home from school or at the dinner table. And in response, they receive the standard one-word answer like “fine” or “good.”

How have you been feeling meaning?

“How have you been feeling?” is in the past tense so the answer to be expected would be about how you have felt in the past usually the last few days, weeks or months depending on when you last spoke to the person delivering the question. I hope this was helpful.

WHEN TO USE How have you been?

“How have you been” is usually used to greet someone whom you haven’t seen for a while, I would say more than a few weeks. Even though you can still say “How are you”, by saying “How have you been” or “How’ve you been” you are actually acknowledging the fact that it’s been a long time since you last met.

How have you been doing lately meaning?

Literally it means “what activities have you participated in recently”. A reply might be, “I’ve started editing that nonfiction book at work and moved to a new apartment.” Figuratively it means “I have not seen you in some time, and am curious about your life since I met you last” and could be answered the same way.

How long have you been here?

“How long have you been here?” This is used to ask someone how many days/weeks/months have they stayed in a particular place. How many days has John been in Miami? “I have been here for 2 days.”

Where have you been meaning?

Normally, this is a question someone asks when they’ve been looking for you and couldn’t find you. When you appear, they ask, “Where have you been?” You would answer, “I was in the bathroom,” or whatever excuse you want to offer for being unavailable.

What to reply to how have you been?

Short answers to answer the question“Not bad!”“Never been better!”“Could be better.”“A little crazy actually!”Hectic!”“Busy, busy.”“As usual.” Longer answers to answer the question. … “I’ve been traveling quite a bit since we saw each other last Christmas.”More items…

How have you been or how have you being?

As a rule, the word “been” is always used after “to have” (in any of its forms, e.g., “has,” “had,” “will have,” “having”). Conversely, the word “being” is never used after “to have.” “Being” is used after “to be” (in any of its forms, e.g., “am,” “is,” “are,” “was,” “were”). Examples: I have been busy.