What to reply for how are you feeling?

What to reply for how are you feeling?

What to reply for how are you feeling?

When a good friend asks how you are, and you’re feeling sick, you can say things like: I’ve been better. Not that great, thanks….

  • Fine, thanks.
  • How are you? I’m good. How about you?
  • I’m okay, thanks.

    What is regart?

    Regard often means respect and admiration, as in “I have the greatest regard for my grandmother.” Sometimes it’s a greeting: you can send someone your regards, which means to tell them you said hello and wish them well.

    What does it mean if we say somebody has little regard for something?

    1. Careful thought or attention; heed: She gives little regard to her sister’s teasing. 2. a. Respect, affection, or esteem: He has little regard for your work.

    How do you ask how are you feeling now?

    You can use the present simple or continuous to say how somebody looks or feels now: – How do you feel now? or How are you feeling now? Thank you very much, Couch Tomato! Now I’ve got confirmation that there’re two possible ways to express the same idea.

    Where do we use regards?

    Using regards in an email closing suggests that you have respect for the recipient, but not necessarily a close relationship with them. Because it is less formal than sincerely, expressions with regards are perfect in emails, which tend to be less formal than letters anyway.

    How do you convey someone’s regards?

    ‘Give My Regards’ synonyms

    1. Send [someone] my best.
    2. Send [someone] my best regards.
    3. Send [someone] my greetings.
    4. Give [someone] my best wishes.
    5. Pass on my greetings to [someone].
    6. My best to [someone].
    7. All the best to [someone].
    8. Send [someone] my compliments.

    What is due regard?

    To ‘have due regard’ means that in making decisions and in its other day-to-day activities a body subject to the duty must consciously consider the need to do the things set out in the general equality duty: eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations.

    How do you use in regards to?

    The correct phrase is “in regard to.” You may be confused because “as regards” is another way to introduce a topic. Many people believe both phrases are unnecessary business jargon. Better options, depending on the particular sentence, include “concerning,” “regarding,” “about,” “in,” and “with.”

    How you feeling or how are you feeling?

    “How are you feeling now?” is the present continuous tense – note the present participle ‘feeling’. “How do you feel now?”’ Suggests that the illness, the feeling of being unwell, has passed and the inference is “How do you feel NOW?” Whereas, “How ARE you FEELING?” suggests a continuation of the discomfort.

    What are kind regards?

    “Kind regards” is a more formal variation of “Best regards.” You might reserve it for introductory, outreach, or exploratory emails. It still communicates respect but intuits less of an established relationship. In business correspondence, “Kind regards” is a professional and appropriate way to end an email.