I am sorry i have not written for so long. How are you?
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11:17 Oct 21, 2000
English to Swedish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase:I am sorry i have not written for so long. How are you?
It is used at the begining of a letter. Do you know of anywhere where I can get a letter translated into Swedish?
Jag är ledsen att jag inte skrivit till dig på länge. Hur har du det?
Explanation: 'How are you?' has a few translations:
The above one=How are you doing? (in general)
'Hur går det för dig?' (not 'med')=How ar you getting on? (in life, at work, with your problems etc.)
'Hur mår du?'=How are you (helathwise, physically and/or mentally)
Mats Wiman Sweden Local time: 09:29 Native speaker of: Swedish PRO pts in pair: 3482