What is the difference between where were you and where you been?
“Where were you?” is for specific point in the past (Present perfect tense).
“Where have you been?” is used for a period of time (Simple past tense)..
What is the meaning of where have u been?
Generally, it implies that the querent and the respondent are in different locations, and the querent wishes to know the respondent’s present location. Where have you been? is asking where one was at a recent time in the past, over an undefined period.
Where you have been or where have you been?
Both “Where have you been?” and “Where had you been?” are grammatically correct. The only difference is the tense. “Where have you been?” is present perfect, and is used to convey a sense of a time immediately before the present.
Where have you been these days?
Where have you been all these days? is an expression that can be a direct question that is asking where the person has been, or what the person has been doing. It can also be an indirect (implied question) that is stating that you have missed the person.
What is the reply of how’s you?
The most common answer that I hear and say is “Good.” It’s a positive, polite and common response. You might not actually be feeling too good when you answer “Good,” but for an acquaintance or stranger it’s a normal answer to give. Saying “Good” is grammatically correct if you mean that you’re happy and pleasant!
How long have you been here?
“How long have you been here?” This is used to ask someone how many days/weeks/months have they stayed in a particular place. How many days has John been in Miami? “I have been here for 2 days.”