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Lesson 2 - Multiple Video Choice - Exercise 2e

Watch the video. Click on the conversation you hear.
 
How are you doin'? - How are you doing? - Both pronunciations are correct. Listen again:
Vocabulary used in this mini clip:
Hi there! = Hello!
Listen:

Note: Jimmy asks "How are you doing?" (How are you?), and the interviewer answers "Good!". Strictly speaking this is not correct. The correct reply is "(very) well". However, language is organic, constantly changing. "Good" (the adjective instead of the adverb) has indeed become acceptable. This is real English.
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Teachers: please note that translation is not a part of the Real English learning methodology.