What expression is used to say "how are you?" in japanese
Oct 15, 2019 10:29 PM
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I think that "元気?" is suitable for "how are you?" in a casual way, but actually the meaning of "元気ですか?" is more similar to asking a body condition, like a "Are you in good shape, or not?", so "最近どう?" or "調子どう?" is more similar to "how are you?".
October 16, 2019
元気ですか?("Genkidesuka?" - formal, al hablarle a una persona mayor o que ves por primera vez) 元気?("Genki?" - informal, al hablarle a una persona de tu misma o menos edad o por confianza)
October 15, 2019
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