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English is not my first language and someone just told me: 'my mom was asking about you', what does it mean and what people usually reply to that sort of statement?

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    It just is a way to say your mom was wondering how the other person is doing. One answer might be this: "Oh, thanks. I'm doing fine!"

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    And the other person might also add, "How's your mom doing?"

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    oh ok thanks

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    You're welcome.

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