what are the common phrases used when some one asked "how is your life going on?".. i want the best answer for this question. please canyou answer question as soon as possible..
Sentences begin with capital letters. The word 'I' is always capitalized.
You ask for multiple answers, but then say that you want the best. 'The best' can only be one, and that is subjective. What is the best for you may not be the best for me.
Your example, 'How is your life going?', is more than adequate to ask someone how their life is going. Whether it is the best or not, I can't really say.
|link||answered Apr 19 '13 at 13:34 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
First of all, NO ONE asks "How is your life going on?" so please delete that one from your list. Common greeting questions that are natural would include: How are you, How have you been, What's new, How's life, How's tricks, What's been going on? It is important to understand that the How questions must initially be answered by a qualitative word like great, good, not bad, etc., and that the What questions should not be, and are instead typically answered with a quantitative word like not much. Example: (1) How have you been? / Great, thanks. I got a new job last week. (2) What's been going on? / Quite a lot, actually. Last week I got a new job.
|link||answered Apr 19 '13 at 13:38 Shawn Mooney Expert|
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