48 Ways to ask How Are You?


Here is a nice list of other ways to ask someone: How Are You! If you have more ideas, don’t hesitate to comment more phrases in the comments below.

How to ask How are You?

  1. How are you?
  2. Are you alright?
  3. Sup?
  4. Howdy?
  5. How’s it going?
  6. What’s going on?
  7. What’s happening?
  8. What’s new?
  9. What have you been doing since we last talked?
  10. Anything interesting happening in your life lately?
  11. What was the highlight of your day, so far?
  12. How’s everything coming together?
  13. Is there anything concerning you?
  14. How are things coming along?
  15. Any excitement recently?
  16. What’s up with the flow?
  17. How are you holding up?
  18. Anything new with you?
  19. How’s life treating you?
  20. How’s your day going?
  21. What’s new with you?
  22. How have you been?
  23. What are you up to?
  24. What are you doing?
  25. How have you been?
  26. How’s everything?
  27. What’s up?
  28. How are you doing?
  29. You all right?
  30. How have you been?
  31. How are things?
  32. How are things going?
  33. Are you well?
  34. How are you feeling?
  35. What are you up to?
  36. How do you do?
  37. What’s new with you?
  38. How long has it been?
  39. How is life sailing?
  40. How was your day?
  41. How do you fare?
  42. How’s it rolling?
  43. Whatcha doin’?
  44. What’s cookin’?
  45. What’s shaking?
  46. What’s sizzlin’?
  47. What’s crackin’?
  48. What’s poppin’?

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