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You could say it many ways like: ¿Cómo va? ¿Qué tal? ¿Cómo estás? ¿Qué hay? ¿Qué hay? means more of what's up?


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Also quiúbole, que pasó, qué me cuentas, cómo te ha ido, cómo has estado (though this one might be strictly U.S. and border Spanish, I'm not sure, as it's a direct translation of How ya been), qué dices (this one also has other meanings, e.g. Whatcha think?) ... and there's probably lots more that I don't know about. So many ways to say it, just like in ...


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Mis amigos de Chile me dicen: ¿Cómo andas? ¿Cómo tay? ¿Cómo estai?


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So many variations depending on where you are. Puerto Rico/Carribean you may hear ¨¿cómo tú estás?¨ Colombia (and maybe other places, who knows?) you´ll hear ¨¿qué hay?¨ (literally ¨what is there?¨ and shortened to ¨qu´hay?¨) or ¨¿qué hubo/qu´hubo? (what was there?) in Mexico it´s ¨¿Qué onda?¨ (what wave) You could argue that these are closer to ¨what´s ...



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