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    "I hope everything has been going on well for you"

    At the beginning of a letter, I would like to say hello. Can I say "I hope everything has been going on well for you"? Or, shall I say "I hope everything has gone well for you"? I wonder if there is any difference between these two sentences. Thank you very much in advance.

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    Re: "I hope everything has been going on well for you"

    "I hope everything has been going well for you" would be your best choice.

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    Re: "I hope everything has been going on well for you"

    Thank you so much for the quick response. This is a great forum to ask questions. Thank you.

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    Re: "I hope everything has been going on well for you"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    "I hope everything has been going well for you" would be your best choice.
    Can I say,

    1) "I hope everything has been going well with you"

    2) "I hope everything is going well with you"


    Tks / ju

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    Re: "I hope everything has been going on well for you"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    Can I say,

    1) "I hope everything has been going well with you"

    2) "I hope everything is going well with you"


    Tks / ju
    Yes, both are correct.

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