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    the possible answers of "how is everything?"

    hi,everyone!
    what is the possible answers of "how is everyting?" or "how are things?"
    thank you
    weiqun ding. :)

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    Re: the possible answers of "how is everything?"

    Quote Originally Posted by weiqun ding
    hi,everyone!
    what is the possible answers of "how is everyting?" or "how are things?"
    thank you
    weiqun ding. :)
    Fine, thanks, Excellent, Terrific, Great, Good, Not bad, So so, OK, Not great, Not so good, Terrible, Don't ask. The last one means, things are not good, so don't ask me--unless that is you really want to know and then I'll tell you my troubles. :(

    All the best,

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    hi,Casiopea!
    i appreciate your answer.i leared from your profile that you are an ESL teacher . what does that mean ?
    Thank you very much!
    weiqun ding

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    Quote Originally Posted by weiqun ding
    hi,Casiopea!
    i appreciate your answer.i leared from your profile that you are an ESL teacher . what does that mean ?
    Thank you very much!
    weiqun ding
    ESL means, English as a Second Language

    By the way, you need to modify your signature. :wink:

    Quote Originally Posted by weiqun ding
    HELLO:
    i AM AN ENGLISH TEACHER OF A VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL.DRUING MY TEACHING AND STUDYING .i HAVE MET A LOT OF PROBLEMS IN ENGLISH LEANING. FOR EXAMPLE ,THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "HOW I S EVERYTHING WITH YOU?"AND "HOW ARE THINGS".THE USAGE OF SUCH SIMILAR SENTENCES OF CONFUSES ME AND MY STUDENTS.
    AND I AM WONDERING WHETHER YOU COULD HELP ME .THANK YOU ALL
    WEIQUN DING
    SEP.14 2004.
    Go to your Profile page and scroll down to the bottom of the page to where is says, Signature. :D

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