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22:11 May 29, 2001
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: So how have you been ?
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Masterphil2000
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Summary of answers provided
naWie geht's noch so?Astrid Bidanec
naUnd wie geht's dir/Ihnen?
Birgit Wahl
naSo, wie hast du dich gefuehlt ?xxxMonsi
naNa, wie geht's
Vesna Zivcic
naUnd, wie ist es Dir/Ihnen ergangen?
ChristinaT


  

Answers


31 mins
Und, wie ist es Dir/Ihnen ergangen?


Explanation:
This is the same as "How are you doing?"
but in a different tense.
Otherwise a common phrase in English as well as in German!

Hope it helps! Good luck!

Chrisitna :)


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ChristinaT
Local time: 08:41
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 4
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2 hrs
Na, wie geht's


Explanation:
Agree with Christina.
Here is another variant.


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Vesna Zivcic
Local time: 08:41
Native speaker of: Croatian
PRO pts in pair: 395
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4 hrs
So, wie hast du dich gefuehlt ?


Explanation:
als anschliessende Frage nach einem kurzen Erfahrungsprozess

xxxMonsi
Germany
Local time: 08:41
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6 hrs
Und wie geht's dir/Ihnen?


Explanation:
maybe you could also say: Und, wie war's? Depends on the context.

Birgit Wahl
Germany
Local time: 08:41
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 16

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DPS
1 day 10 hrs
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9 hrs
Wie geht's noch so?


Explanation:
This is a colloquial and smooth way to ask anybody how they have been, no matter if you are 'per Du' or 'per Sie.'


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Astrid Bidanec
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