- Are you still alive reply?
- How do you reply to everything is OK?
- What do you feel when you smile and relax?
- How you doing vs How are you doing?
- Are you OK reply?
- What answer means?
- How are you doing vs How are you feeling?
- How do you reply to How are you?
- What do you feel or how do you feel?
- What should I reply to I like you?
- What to say instead of how are you?
- What is your name reply?
- What is KK in texting?
- How do you feel today?
- What did you feel or how did you feel?
- How do you reply How do you feel?
- Who are you reply answer?
- What are you doing flirty reply?
- What is the one thing you like about me?
- Are you feeling better now reply?
- How are you feeling now reply?
Are you still alive reply?
You could reply, “And you too,” or “Thank you,” instead..
How do you reply to everything is OK?
thank you.”/ “is everything ok? – NO , i had some problems today with my girlfriend” For the last one, yes it is okay to reply “you too” BUT it would some more respectful if you said “Thank you, you too” , you can also say “Thank you”/”Thanks” and other things that you will learn.
What do you feel when you smile and relax?
Smiling Reduces Pain Studies have shown that smiling releases endorphins, other natural painkillers, and serotonin. … Not only do they elevate your mood, but they also relax your body and reduce physical pain.
How you doing vs How are you doing?
“How are you” is an inquiry about the person’s health, usually physical but mental/mood is included . … “How are you doing” is a more general inquiry about how your life is going.
Are you OK reply?
#1 You can say “Yes, I’m fine, thanks,” even if you’re not OK, and be done with it. #2 You can be honest about how you feel and open up to someone who may not really want to hear about your problems. Then you run the risk of that person avoiding you in the future.
What answer means?
1a : something spoken or written in reply to a question His answer surprised us. b : a correct response knows the answer. 2 : a reply to a legal charge or suit : plea also : defense. 3 : something done in response or reaction His only answer was to walk out. 4 : a solution of a problem More money is not the answer.
How are you doing vs How are you feeling?
‘ have tthe same meaning to you? Everyone has a very complex inner life, so asking how they feel could result in different results than if you were to ask how they’re doing. Doing and feeling are two separate things, the ‘doing’ is happening on the outside, while the ‘feeling’ is happening on the inside.
How do you reply to How are you?
50 ways to respond to the question “how are you”.I’m good.I’m fine.Pretty good.I’m well.I’m OK.Not too bad.Just the same old same old.Yeah, all right.More items…
What do you feel or how do you feel?
“How do you feel?” (with no further specification) asks about the general state of your feelings—about everything and nothing in particular. “What do you feel?” seems more like a medical or psychological question to me.
What should I reply to I like you?
How to Respond When Someone Says They Like You via TextWhether or not you like the person, your initial reply must always be “Thank you.”If you like the person, then there’s no reason not to say, “I like you too.”And if you feel otherwise, you may reply by texting, “I don’t think of you that way.”More items…
What to say instead of how are you?
What To Ask Instead Of ‘How Are You? ‘How are you today? … How are you holding up? … I’ve been thinking about you lately. … What’s been on your mind recently? … Is there any type of support you need right now? … Are you anxious about anything?Nov 5, 2020
What is your name reply?
Thank you. I gues, when we hear the question ‘What’s your name?’ the expected default answer is a full name, like Patricia Perez, but there’s nothing wrong with saying a first name only, like Patricia. ‘I’m Patricia Perez’ is the default answer to the question ‘Who are you?’
What is KK in texting?
KK means “Okay.” The abbreviation KK is a short form of the expression “Okay”, used to acknowledge a message and indicate that it has been understood. KK is widely considered a safe or neutral way of acknowledging a message.
How do you feel today?
We are often reacting to how we feel — or anticipating how we think something will feel — rather than contemplating how we actually want it to feel….How to Take Charge of Today’s EmotionsFigure out how you want to feel. … Keep at it. … Recognize + redirect. … Stay in control.
What did you feel or how did you feel?
“How does it feel” It’s in the present/ recent past. … The question “What did you feel?” is asking what was felt physically, by touch. Asking “How did you feel?” is asking what emotion someone felt, not physically, here is an example: Person A: How did you feel? Person B: I felt happy.
How do you reply How do you feel?
” I’ve not been too great ” or, ” I’m so so ” ( meaning I’m average for MS ) or ” I cant explain “or ” nothing you would understand.” Yes, I agree it can be difficult to explain. Yours are good answers. I just usually say pretty good, rather than trying to explain.
Who are you reply answer?
November 23, 2009 → The Top Ten Answers To The Question: “Who Are You?” Hakai – “I used to know, but then YOU happened.” Tirikya – “I am your worst enemy, yet the best lover you ever had.” No name – “I’m the one who gets you UP during HARD times.”
What are you doing flirty reply?
I feel all the better now that you asked me. Everything is fine with you around. Right now, I’m on my way to paving a path to your heart.
What is the one thing you like about me?
To a friend, you could say something like, “I like the fact that you’re always there for me. You make me feel so supported.” To a significant other, you could say, “You are a caring person. You always put a lot of thought into our relationship.” Here are some other details you can add: … I have so much fun with you.”
Are you feeling better now reply?
An answer is not expected. If the other person has been ill, you can ask “Are you feeling better?” or say “I hope you’re feeling better”. If you’re asking after their state of health genuinely, you can say “I hope you’re keeping well” or ask “Are you keeping well?”
How are you feeling now reply?
Say “I’m okay, thanks” if you aren’t feeling well but want to be polite. If you are feeling ill or a little sick, you can use this response to let the person know this in a polite way. The person can then move on with the conversation or ask you more probing questions.