- What to reply for how are you feeling?
- What should I reply for I am fine?
- How does it feel VS How do you feel?
- What did you feel or how did you feel?
- How are you doing funny answer?
- What is the reply of I am good?
- What we can say instead of I am fine?
- What do you feel or how do you feel?
- How are you doing flirty response?
- Are you feel better or do you feel better?
- How do you respond when you don’t feel good?
- Are you feeling better now reply?
- How are you feeling now meaning?
- Are you OK reply?
What to reply for how are you feeling?
When a good friend asks how you are, and you’re feeling sick, you can say things like: I’ve been better.
Not that great, thanks….Fine, thanks.How are you.
How about you?I’m okay, thanks..
What should I reply for I am fine?
So you might reply — Doing really well! Notice that we can use the verb ‘to do’ when expressing how we feel. This is very common. You can also say — I’m doing fine, I’m doing good or I’m doing just great.
How does it feel VS How do you feel?
“How does it feel to you” asks for a sensory perception of “it.” “How do you feel about it” inquires as to the listener’s emotions.
What did you feel or how did you feel?
“How does it feel” It’s in the present/ recent past. … The question “What did you feel?” is asking what was felt physically, by touch. Asking “How did you feel?” is asking what emotion someone felt, not physically, here is an example: Person A: How did you feel? Person B: I felt happy.
How are you doing funny answer?
Witty Responses for “How Are You?” TextsI’m better than I was, but not nearly as good as I’m going to be.I think I’m doing OK. … I can’t complain, but sometimes I still do.I am blessed!Way better than I deserve!Shhh. . . it’s too early to tell.I dunno. … I don’t feel that great, but my hair looks awesome, right?More items…•
What is the reply of I am good?
Therefore, “I’m good,” is a proper response. “I’m well” is also allowed but not for the reasons many think. That response only works if “well” takes on its adjectival form, meaning “in good health” or “good or satisfactory.” Now, if someone asks “How are you doing?” “I’m doing well” is the correct response.
What we can say instead of I am fine?
I’m fine thank you. I feel great / marvellous / fine. Couldn’t be better. Fit as a fiddle.
What do you feel or how do you feel?
“How do you feel?” is asking for a general statement of how the person feels all things considered. “What do you feel?” might be something a doctor asks as he runs a neurological pinwheel over the patient’s skin, trying to determine if the neurotomes are experiencing normal sensations.
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.
Are you feel better or do you feel better?
You can use “are you feeling better now” from day to night, 24/7 and it implies continuity. While “Do you feel better” is fine (from a non-native speaker of English) because depression is not like a cold.
How do you respond when you don’t feel good?
Below is a list of responses you can use for the sentence “I’m not feeling well”:What’s wrong with you?Are you sick?How do you feel?Do you feel weak / nauseous?Do you have a headache?Have you felt like this before?Can you describe how you are feeling?Have you been feeling like this for a while?More items…•
Are you feeling better now reply?
So when people are asking just to be polite, or asking in the tone of “Are you feeling better YET?” [the implication being that they can’t understand how you aren’t miraculously healed by now], I give a noncommittal answer like “I’m doing okay, thanks.” If it is a close friend or someone who is genuinely concerned, I …
How are you feeling now meaning?
How are you feeling now? : Just a way to ask what your current emotion state is. … You want to know if there was an impact of that action on how he feels. I would think you will ask that question, when/if something happened, that was not expected by the person.
Are you OK reply?
How do you respond when someone asks you that question? #1 You can say “Yes, I’m fine, thanks,” even if you’re not OK, and be done with it. #2 You can be honest about how you feel and open up to someone who may not really want to hear about your problems.