Lesson 1 - Exercise 3

Watch the video. Click on the conversation you hear.
 
Vocabulary used in this mini clip:
How are you doing? = How are you?
question
Listen:

Note: Two New Yorkers are speaking in this clip, but the pronunciation is often "How ya doin'?" in many regions of the USA.
She's very well!
very well = fine!
very and very well
adjective + adverb
Listen:

very
adjective = to a high degree
Note that "very well" translates well into all languages, while "How are you?" does not translate correctly to languages which use a different verb for the same question.
Tap on any word once (mobile), or double-click on any word (computer), to read an English definition.
If you need an approximate translation to your own language, the Google Translate button is available at the top of the screen.