- 1 How do you say how are you politely?
- 2 What can I say other than how are you?
- 3 How not say how are you?
- 4 How are you doing reply?
- 5 What words are polite?
- 6 How can we ask how are you?
- 7 How do you say I’m good in different ways?
- 8 What can I say instead of I Love You?
- 9 What can I say instead of hi?
- 10 What can I say instead of hey?
- 11 How do you ask if someone is OK?
- 12 How are you doing greeting?
- 13 How do you ask for time to talk?
How do you say how are you politely?
It is better to express interest in the person’s well-being by starting with one of the following statements:
- I hope all is well.
- I hope all is well with you.
- I hope this message finds you well.
- I hope things are going well for you.
What can I say other than how are you?
IN A CONVERSATION + YOU’RE READY TO DO SOME DEEP LISTENING
- What would you like to talk about or not talk about today? (Bonus points here for asking for consent!)
- How’s your heart today?
- What’s alive for you in this moment?
- What’s your day (or week) been like so far?
- What’s on your mind this morning/afternoon/evening?
How not say how are you?
Stop asking ‘how are you? ‘ Harvard researchers say this is what successful people do when making small talk
- Use the A.C.T. trick to start a connection.
- Move beyond the “hourly update”
- Be in the moment and observe your surroundings.
- Share some news (that actually happened)
- Talk early.
- It’s not just what you say.
How are you doing reply?
If the cashier at the store asks “How you doing?” as you pay for your things, you should respond “ Good, how about you?” or “Doing fine, and you?” or “Good, how about yourself?” And they’ll respond with… yep, you guessed it: “Good, thanks.” Or “Fine thanks.”
What words are polite?
Words that are polite include “Please,” “Thank you,” and “Excuse me.” “Excuse me” is what I say when I would like the attention of another person. I can use my words to say, “Excuse me” when I want to talk to another person. When I use “Excuse me” I wait for the other person to look at me, move, or speak to me.
How can we ask how are you?
Long time no see!
- What’s going on? This is a great, informal way to say hello to someone you already know.
- What’s new (with you)? This is another great and informal way to say hi to someone you know.
- What’s up?
- How have you been?
- How’s everything?
- How’s it going?
- You all right?
- Hey, hey man.
How do you say I’m good in different ways?
10 expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing:
- I’m fine thank you.
- I feel great / marvellous / fine.
- Couldn’t be better.
- Fit as a fiddle.
- Very well, thanks.
- Not bad.
What can I say instead of I Love You?
How do I say “I love you” without saying it in a text?
- “Smiling so much today just thinking of you”
- “Just wanted to thank you for being you:)”
- “I hope you know how much you mean to me”
- “I’m so glad you’re in my life!”
- “You are so amazing!”
- “You mean so much to me”
- Send a sweet GIF.
- Send a romantic song.
What can I say instead of hi?
synonyms for hi
- buenas noches.
- buenos dias.
- good day.
- good morning.
What can I say instead of hey?
- buenas noches.
- buenos dias.
- good day.
How do you ask if someone is OK?
How to ask someone if they are OK (when they’re clearly not)
- Look for signs of distress. Sometimes it’s not hard to tell that a friend is going through a rough time.
- Time it right.
- Make sure you’re ready.
- Listen carefully.
- Speak with care.
- Offer help.
- Share your story.
- Remind them how much you care.
How are you doing greeting?
The two phrases ‘How Are You’ and ‘How Are You Doing’ are commonly used as part of a greeting. It is generally considered that ‘how are you’ is a more formal and reserved greeting than ‘how are you doing. ‘ ‘How are you doing’ is mainly used more in a more laid-back setting with people who are familiar to the speaker.
How do you ask for time to talk?
For example, you called a person on the phone, or you went to your co-workers office to visit them, and “ do you have a moment?” is a way to ask if the other person has time to talk with you, if they are available and not busy. So, “do you have a moment?” is a way to respect that person’s time.