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A: I haven't seen you in ages.
How have you been?
B: I'm fine.
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Is this dialogue correct?
Do we have to answer,'I'm fine.' or 'I've been fine.'?
Can we say 'in an age' instead of 'in ages'?

  • English expression -

    The dialogue as you've written it is correct. Just idioms, that's all -- but those are the correct phrases.

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