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It Is Wrong To Say 'How Are You, How Was Your Night' Use These Phrases Instead

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Most African countries speak English as a second language. People in Africa speak a variety of languages. Only a few African nationalities can communicate successfully in English. When talking, the majority of people employ archaic English phrases.


To communicate fluently in English, you must be willing to expand your vocabulary by learning new terms. You must also be prepared to listen to the basic changes in English that will be made.


 I'll provide you a few phrases to substitute these two old-fashioned sentences, such as “How was your night?” and “How was your morning?” as well as “How are you doing?”


Here are some basic English phrases to use instead of “how was your night?” This English expression has been around for a long time.


I hope you had a good night's sleep?

I hope you had a wonderful evening?

I hope you had a wonderful night?

I hope you had a fantastic night?


I'm hoping you got a nice night's rest?


Here are a few easy English phrases that can be substituted.


How are you doing? This is a frequent greeting phrase used by the majority of people.


What's new with you?

What's cooking?

Are you okay?

What's new in your neighborhood?

What exactly is going on?

What's new with you?

How are you doing?

What was your day like?

Make an effort to memorize and use these new phrases on a daily basis. What alternative English term can you think of to replace these Old Fashioned phases? Please feel free to add them to the discussion in the comment's area. Thank you for taking the time to read this post, comment on it, and share it with your friends.


More alternative phrases can be found in the video link below, which can be used instead of the widely used ones.

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https://youtu.be/zn1WvAedAO4

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