Wie geht es dir?

 
 

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Hello Sarah. How are you?
Hey David. I'm great, just got off work. How about you?
 
I'm okay, I have been really stressed lately and not getting a lot of sleep.
I'm sorry to hear that. Why are you stressed?
 
Mostly work and school. Just a lot of things to do and not enough time.
Working and studying is definitely a lot of work. Don't forget to also take some time for yourself.
 
That's good advice and I will, as soon as work slows down a bit.
Can I help you with some of your school work?
 
No, don't worry about it. It's just a stressful period right now.
How about we get together and do something to cheer you up this weekend?
 
That would be very nice. Maybe we could go to the pool? Thank you, Sarah.
Of course! That's what friends are for.
 
 

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  •  Hello Sarah.  
      are you?
     
 
 
 
  •  Hey David. I'm great, just got off work. How  
      you?
     
 
 
 
 
  •  I'm okay, I have been really stressed  
      and not getting a lot of sleep.
     
 
 
 
  •  I'm sorry to  
      that. Why are you stressed?
     
 
 
 
 
  •   
      work and school. Just a lot of things to do and not enough time.
     
 
 
 
  •  Working and studying is definitely a lot of work. Don't  
      to also take some time for yourself.
     
 
 
 
 
 

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How have you been?
How's it going?
Just the same old same old.
It's going well.
How is your day going?
I'm good, thank you.
I'm doing great.
What's up?
How have you been?
 
Was hast du in letzter Zeit gemacht?
 
How's it going?
 
Wie geht's?
 
Just the same old same old.
 
Alles beim Alten.
 
It's going well.
 
Es läuft gut.
 
How is your day going?
 
Wie läuft dein Tag?
 
I'm good, thank you.
 
Mir geht es gut, danke.
 
I'm doing great.
 
Mir geht es großartig.
 
What's up?
 
Wie geht's?
 
 
 

Cultural Notes

In many English speaking countries asking somebody "How are you" is usually seen as small talk or a greeting. People don't expect a long or elaborate answer unless you are friends or family.

Landeskunde

In vielen englischsprachigen Ländern wird die Frage "Wie geht es dir?" im Normalfall als Smalltalk oder eine Begrüßung angesehen. Es werden keine langen oder ausführlichen Antworten erwartet, es sei denn, sie sind Freunde oder Familie.
 

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Hello Sarah. How are you?
Hey David. I'm great, just got off work. How about you?
 
I'm okay, I have been really stressed lately and not getting a lot of sleep.
I'm sorry to hear that. Why are you stressed?
 
Mostly work and school. Just a lot of things to do and not enough time.
Working and studying is definitely a lot of work. Don't forget to also take some time for yourself.
 
That's good advice and I will, as soon as work slows down a bit.
Can I help you with some of your school work?
 
No, don't worry about it. It's just a stressful period right now.
How about we get together and do something to cheer you up this weekend?
 
That would be very nice. Maybe we could go to the pool? Thank you, Sarah.
Of course! That's what friends are for.
 
 
Hello Sarah. How are you?
Hey David. I'm great, just got off work. How about you?
 
I'm okay, I have been really stressed lately and not getting a lot of sleep.
I'm sorry to hear that. Why are you stressed?
 
Mostly work and school. Just a lot of things to do and not enough time.
Working and studying is definitely a lot of work. Don't forget to also take some time for yourself.
 
That's good advice and I will, as soon as work slows down a bit.
Can I help you with some of your school work?
 
No, don't worry about it. It's just a stressful period right now.
How about we get together and do something to cheer you up this weekend?
 
That would be very nice. Maybe we could go to the pool? Thank you, Sarah.
Of course! That's what friends are for.
 
 
 
 

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