- Is it correct to say how about you?
- What have you been up to meaning?
- What is correct sentence?
- What have you been up to or too?
- How have you been doing means?
- How is it going Meaning?
- Is where are you at correct grammar?
- What is the reply to what’s up?
- Where have you been meaning?
- How have you been feeling meaning?
- How have you been how do you answer?
- How have you been doing lately meaning?
- Why come or how come?
- What are you up to today?
Is it correct to say how about you?
This would thus work better in a more colloquial setting like between friends.
However, it can work as a very short phrase: “Yourself?” “How about you?” is grammatically correct and works in both formal and informal settings..
What have you been up to meaning?
It means what has been happening in your life/ what have you been doing etc. Like what has been going on since you saw them last.
What is correct sentence?
In order for a sentence to be grammatically correct, the subject and verb must both be singular or plural. In other words, the subject and verb must agree with one another in their tense.
What have you been up to or too?
Asking “What are you up to?” suggests that you think someone is acting a bit atypically and you’re asking what they may be planning. Asking “What, are you up, too?” Suggests that you are having trouble sleeping and you’ve noticed that someone else is awake as well.
How have you been doing means?
It’s asking what you have been up to and how life has been for you from from a certain point in time. Perhaps you’re being asked how you’ve been doing since the last time you saw each other.
How is it going Meaning?
The idiom how’s it going is another way to say how are you, how are things progressing, or what’s up. The it can refer to life in general, a project, or your day.
Is where are you at correct grammar?
So “Where are you at?” is really unacceptable, because you can simply drop the “at” and still end up with a correct sentence. This is a REDUNDANT pronoun, and those should always be eliminated (so, “At where are you?” isn’t legitimate either, besides the fact that it just sounds terrible.)
What is the reply to what’s up?
It means “What have you been doing recently.” Typical responses could be: “I have done nothing for a while now.
Where have you been meaning?
Normally, this is a question someone asks when they’ve been looking for you and couldn’t find you. When you appear, they ask, “Where have you been?” You would answer, “I was in the bathroom,” or whatever excuse you want to offer for being unavailable.
How have you been feeling meaning?
“How have you been feeling?” is in the past tense so the answer to be expected would be about how you have felt in the past usually the last few days, weeks or months depending on when you last spoke to the person delivering the question. I hope this was helpful.
How have you been how do you answer?
When someone asks, “How have you been?” you should answer with more than just a short word like “Good” or “OK”. You should respond by giving news about how your life has been lately. For example, you can answer: Pretty good.
How have you been doing lately meaning?
Literally it means “what activities have you participated in recently”. A reply might be, “I’ve started editing that nonfiction book at work and moved to a new apartment.” Figuratively it means “I have not seen you in some time, and am curious about your life since I met you last” and could be answered the same way.
Why come or how come?
‘How come’ is more informal than ‘why’ “How come” is considered to be more informal than “why.” The OED labels it as colloquial, and you’re more likely to see it on Twitter than in a corporate annual report.
What are you up to today?
Example: What are you up to right now? So, to answer your second question, it can mean, “what are your plans/what are you doing today”, although it sounds more natural to use it when asking someone what he is doing right now. Up to is common way to ask what are you doing/busy with? What are you up today?