How are you?
Look at the following conversation:
A: Hi, David! How are you?
B: I’m fine, thanks. And you?
A: I’m fine, too. Thank you.
When a person asks “How are you?” People usually say “I’m fine”, but sometimes that’s not true. Let’s learn how to be more specific about the way we feel.
The first thing you have to know is the way we ask and answer about the way people feel. Study the following questions and notice that we usually include “thanks” in the answer.
How are you? (to ask directly to the person you talk to)
I’m fine, thanks. And you?
I’m fine, too. Thank you.
How is he? (To ask about a man)
He is fine, thanks.
How is she? (To ask about a woman)
She is fine. Thank you.
Instead of “he” or “she” you can use a family member, or a name. Look at the examples:
You can also use this question in plural, for example when you ask about 2 people at the same time
Now, when we answer those questions we need the following vocabulary
If you need help with pronunciation, you can visit the Cambridge Dictionary.
How are you?
Es Look at the following examples.
Mira los siguientes ejemplos.
How is your father?
He is excited
How is your uncle?
He is fine
How are they?
They are scared
How are your parents?
They are tired
How is your mother?
She is worried
Es Now, answer the following questions. Write “I am”, “he is”, “she is”, “they are” + the correct adjective that describes each picture.
Ahora contesta las siguientes preguntas. Escribe “I am”, “he is”, “she is”, “they are” + el adjetivo correcto que describa cada imagen.
How is everybody?
Es Complete the following conversations asking how each person feels.
Completa las siguientes conversaciones preguntando cómo se siente cada persona.