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    #1

    Question context of "hope your doing well"

    Hi,

    I would like to know if we can use "hope youre doing well" as to say hope all is well with you or when we are asking about someone who has gone some illness and is recoivering ?

    thanks

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    Re: context of "hope your doing well"

    A perfect usage -
    'Doing well' can mean improving
    or it can mean maintaining a good condition
    so it is usable in both contexts.

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    #3

    Re: context of "hope your doing well"

    Quote Originally Posted by Niskelton View Post
    A perfect usage -
    'Doing well' can mean improving
    or it can mean maintaining a good condition
    so it is usable in both contexts.

    thank you very much ! :)

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