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Hi John, how are you today?
I'm fine, and you?

Chat 1 - language points

Inquiring about something


How is...            singular

How is your family?

How is your job going?

How is the weather there?

How is your husband?


How are...         plural

How are you?

How are you today?

How are things?

How are your parents?

How are the children?


The phrasal verb: to get on

In this context, this means to continue doing something.


I must get on.   

The teacher asked her students to get on with some work.