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Ronan
In a bad situation... How should I ask In a bad situation(something happens with a person, and we don't know), which question is the best to ask What’s wrong? or What’s happening/happened to you? or What's the trouble? or your version...
Sep 19, 2018 7:56 AM
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Those you've mentioned are all correct. There are other phrases to be used like: -what's the matter? -what's going on? Are you all right? Is everything ok?
September 19, 2018
@Nada "What the hell is going on?" is not the same as the others. People say that when they're angry rather than worried. It is quite a rude thing to say, and British people use it, too. I'd say context has some importance here, but other options would be "Is everything okay?", "Is there any problem?" or "Are you alright?".
September 19, 2018
What happened and what's wrong
September 19, 2018
Ronan
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