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  1. A conventional greeting used mostly after being introduced to someone, as in And this is our youngest-say "How do you do" to Mr. Smith. Although it is a question, it requires no reply. Originally, in the s, this expression was an inquiry after a person's health or standing, how do you do meaning "how do you fare?".
  2. A greeting, considered by the English upper classes to be the only correct form of greeting when meeting someone for the first time. What's the origin of the phrase 'How do you do'? This greeting was once commonplace, especially amongst the English upper classes, but is now heard less often and is largely restricted to quite formal occasions.
  3. how do you do? definition: 1. a formal greeting for someone that you have not met before: 2. a difficult, worrying, and. Learn more.
  4. Jan 01,  · How Do You Do? Lyrics: Once I said I wanted you / I don't remember why / I often wonder if it's true / That you could make me cry / I only know it's long ago / .
  5. idiom How do you do is defined as a polite greeting that you can use when first introduced to someone. An example of "how do you do" is what you would say as you shake hands with someone you meet for the first time. YourDictionary definition and usage example.
  6. "How Do You Do?" got some heavy airplay on the stateside thanks to American DJ Jim Connors at stations along the eastern seaboard. Thanks to this exposure, the song spent 19 weeks on the Billboard Hot The single sold over a million copies in the US and was certified gold by the RIAA in August of
  7. The reason for the varied responses is that the question you ask is not only about the English language, but it also touches on etiquette, which is more idiomatic. The short answer is: yes, the answer to "How do you do?" is "How do you do?" It is also acceptable to reply "I'm fine, and you?".
  8. The phrase “How do you do?” is a very formal response to being introduced to someone; I can’t even remember the last time I heard someone use that phrase. In casual, everyday speech here in the US most people self-introduce, and say something like, “Hi, I’m John.” And a typical reply would be, “Hi, I’m Stanley. Nice to meet you.”.

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