Learning English can sometimes be difficult especially when using simple phrases to communicate. Some phrases that we use on the basis are out fashioned and you should try replacing them with new ones. Today am going to share with you some phrases you can use to replace these two old-fashioned words.
Here is a list of words you can use to replace "How was your night"
I hope you had a wonderful night.
I hope you had a good night's sleep?
There are smarter ways of greeting people rather than just using this common phrase every day "how are you?". I know most of our teachers have taught us that this is the proper way to great people but you can always try out something new.
Try out the following phases.
How do you do?
How was your day?
What is good in the hood?
What is going on?
How have you been?
Try mastering these new phrases and use them daily.
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