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How do you respond to WSG?

How do you respond to WSG?

10 ways to respond to “what’s good?” when a friend or family member says it

  1. 01“Nothing much, how about you?”
  2. 02“Oh, nothing special!
  3. 03“Just counting the hours til the weekend!”
  4. 04“Why?
  5. 05“Living the dream!”
  6. 06“Not me, it’s been a tough week.”
  7. 07“What’s happening?”
  8. 08“I’m hanging in there.”

When a guy says what’s up to a girl?

It’s just a greeting meaning “What is happening?”, and a reply that nothing’s happening means you’re fine. That is an expression that has about as much meaningfulness as “How are you?” or “How’s it going?” All, including “What’s up?” are used as greetings.

What does Wassgood mean?

it’s means “what’s up”

How can we ask how are you?

Long time no see!

  1. What’s going on? This is a great, informal way to say hello to someone you already know.
  2. What’s new (with you)? This is another great and informal way to say hi to someone you know.
  3. What’s up?
  4. How have you been?
  5. How’s everything?
  6. How’s it going?
  7. You all right?
  8. Hey, hey man.

What’s good meaning in text?

‘What’s good’ simply means ‘how are you’, ‘what have you been up to’ (see Urban Dictionary).

How do you text good?

Here are seven texting etiquette tips to keep in mind.

  1. Consider your audience.
  2. Communicate clearly.
  3. Respond promptly.
  4. Use symbols and emojis only when necessary.
  5. Don’t be long winded.
  6. Be patient.
  7. Know when to end the conversation.

How do you make someone shut up?

What should I do if I want to tell a child to shut up without being rude? Politely tell them that you have to end the conversation. Or just make up an excuse to leave. For example: “Sorry small child, If I don’t leave now the magical portal to pony land will close and I won’t be able to return to my home.”

Is saying shut up rude?

The phrase is probably a shortened form of “shut up your mouth” or “shut your mouth up”. Its use is generally considered rude and impolite, and may also be considered a form of profanity by some.

Is there an answer to the question what’s up?

“What’s up” really has no question content but is a “social stroking,” or recognition of the other and analogous to a rhetorical question for which no answer is expected. You can say anything you like as a kind acknowledgement of the other person.

When do people ask what are you up to?

If you are talking to a person you used to know, maybe a friend or a family member you haven’t seen in a long time, the question might change into the present perfect – “What have you been up to?” Now they are asking about things that have happened in your life since the last time you talked.

Do you answer the question how are You?

A person who likes to be grammatically proper might answer this way. Technically, the question “How…?” should be answered with an adverb. However, a lot of English speakers don’t know or care about this. The people who do are “by the books” types who insist on using grammatically correct language.

How to respond to’how are you’and’what’s up’?

How to respond to ‘How Are You’ And ‘What’s Up’? 1 1. ‘Great’. X: How are you? Y: Great. How are you? Y: Great. And you? Y: Great. How about you? However, if you’re in a formal setting, you may add 2 2. ‘Good’. 3 3. ‘Fine’. 4 4. ‘Not so good’.