Today our quick tip is going to be covering the use of the common greetings, What’s up? and How’s it going? These are two very common native speaker greetings that are used among friends and family. We say what’s up? and how’s it going? a lot.
Quick tip takeaways
It’s common to use linking from the ending consonant of one word into the beginning vowel of the next word.
It’s important to use these greetings, “What’s up?” and “How’s it going?” with familiar friends or co-workers but not in formal contexts.
These greetings can be used just to say hello, even if you do not intend to continue a conversation. They can stand alone as a simple greeting to a familiar person.
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