You / You are
Are these correct? What do they mean?
1. What are you doing now
2. What you doing now? (Is this incorrect? I hear people say this sometimes.)
Re: You / You are
1. is OK; 2. is not Standard English, which isn't to say that it's not OK in some other dialect of English.
Originally Posted by jack
Student or Learner
Whachoo doing now?
Could be utterd from kids, or adults in a funny tone. :D
Actually, it's widely used in all situations:
Originally Posted by blacknomi
what you => whatyu => whachu (Pronunciation: coalesence)