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Question: Does 'What's up?" mean "How are you"? or "Hello, what are you doin
g"?

•English - Ms. Sue, Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 5:38pm
Yes. It's an informal way of greeting someone. It's mostly used by young people.

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Question: Does 'What's up?" mean ____.

1. "How are you"?

2. "Hello, what are you doing"?

(What does 'What's up?' mean? #1 or #2?)

  1. Ms. Sue

    It's more like # 2.

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