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Lesson 2 - Multiple Video Choice - Exercise 2c

Watch the video. Click on the conversation you hear.
Watch again, then listen to "How are you doing?" and the common American pronunciation "Howyadoin"!

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Vocabulary used in this mini clip:
How are you doing? = How are you?


Note: Two New Yorkers are speaking in this clip, but the pronunciation is often "How ya doin'?" in many regions of the USA.
She's very well!very and very well
adjective + adverb

to a high degree

very well = fine!
Note that "very well" translates well into all languages, while "How are you?" does not translate correctly to languages which use a different verb for the same question.
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