How to answer to this request I get?

How to answer to this request I get?

Ask about expenses of the travel to there and accommodation. I would like to attend the conference and need to know if I have to arrange travel and accommodations to the conference. Please let me know if there is a fee to attend the conference as well so that I can allow for the expense. The above questions are from the following wiki…

What’s the proper way to respond to the question how are You?

Fine, thanks. This answer is formal. You might answer this way if someone you don’t know, like a waiter at a restaurant, asks how you are. Very well, thanks. A person who likes to be grammatically proper might answer this way. Technically, the question “How…?” should be answered with an adverb.

What’s the correct answer to ” how are you “?

Fine. This is a simple, straight answer. If you don’t say anything else, though, it might be a signal that you don’t want to continue the conversation. Not bad. This is a more friendly-sounding answer than “fine”. Fine, thanks. This answer is formal. You might answer this way if someone you don’t know,…

How to respond to ” how are you ” and ” what’s up “?

This question means the same thing as “What’s up” and can be answered in the same way. One other thing that you should know: all of these questions can also be used to mean “Hello”. In that case, you don’t have to answer. It would be more natural to respond with another greeting: A: How are you? B: Hey, how’s it going?

How to reply’i hope all is well’?

”Yes, things are going well. Thank you for asking. “Everything’s fine, thanks.” “I wish it was, but better days are ahead.” “Thanks. I hope things are also going well for you. “My life is in shambles. NOTHING IS GOING WELL. My dog is sick. My washing machine is broken. My husband is injured and unable to work now. I have an STD.

What to say when someone says Hi in the hallway?

If someone one is greeting you in the hallway on the way to somewhere else, it is probably just a way of saying “Hi”. You can respond, “I‘m fine, thank you.” If the person stating this is a friend and it is said with concern in the voice and a sober expression on their face, then It depends on who’s asking and their intent.

What do you say when someone asks you if all is well?

I usually do answer such literal questions, something along the lines of “all is good, more of the same,” because that serves both purposes, as a short update and to just to move past that filler in a personal exchange.