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Stop Saying 'How Are You' , 'How Was Your Night' and Use This Instead

It could be hard now and again, particularly when it gets to dominating and concentrating on a portion of our everyday words that appear to be right but are inappropriate. So I will share a few hints on words you can use to supplant the standard "" How are you "" and How was your night "" from one of the most regarded English and Jargon instructors in Nigeria, Mrs. Jessica Okafor. 

Aren't you burned out on the standard thing? 

How are you? 

I'm fine, bless your heart. 

"How are you?" These are the three most futile words in the realm of correspondence. The individual asking would truly not like to know, and the individual reacting doesn't come clean. 

We have been educated by our educators that this is the suitable method to welcome. In any event, when you don't feel like it, you should in any case mumble "I'm fine, much obliged". 

In any case, today I'm advising you to stop this everyday practice. It's mind-boggling. 

Consider the following scenario: you have a problem that you want to share with someone, but no one is asking the right question.If it were "the manner in which you" continued to hear from many of the people you interacted with, how would you express your concern at that point?

There are better and more savvy approaches to inspiring answers from individuals about their prosperity without the standard "how are you?". 

Try these out.

How have you been? 

What's sizzling? 

How was your day? 

How's it hanging with you? 

What groundbreaking thoughts would you say you are giving your energy to? 

What's acceptable in the hood? 

What's happening? 

How would you do? 

What's going on with the fervor? 


These are the right inquiries that will get a reaction from the recipient as opposed to "I'm fine, bless your heart."

Moreover, those that extravagant inquire, "How was your evening?" If it's not too much trouble, stop it. Attempt to substitute it with the accompanying words: 

Expectations from your night were extraordinary. Did

you have a lovely night's rest? 

Did you have any expectations that your night was blissful? ....

It's impolite to ask, "How was your evening?"

In the event that you get esteem, let me know in the comment box. 

Do share this to help other people shed these propensities.

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English Jargon Jessica Okafor.


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