Why would you or why?
‘Why would you do that?’ implies that the speaker thinks there is not a good reason for having done it.
In contrast, ‘Why did you do that?’ implies that the speaker acknowledges that there might have been a reason for doing it and is just asking which reason was actually the cause..
Why would you ask meaning?
= “That’s a bizarre question.” Why would YOU ask me that? = ” You would know the answer better than I” or “You, of all people, should already know the answer”
What should I reply to Im fine?
Acknowledge that they sre fine and then ask a question.So your response might be something like this “Great. What have you been doing”?Them: “Not much.”You: “”Really? Well I’ve been busy all day. … Them: You have been busy. I guess I’ve been kind of busy too. … You:””Tell me about the paper. … That’s basic conversation.
How do you reply to I want to ask you something?
What’s the most polite way to answer “can I ask you a question?” If you’re willing to hear them out, then “Yes, you may” is polite, formal and grammatically correct. You are not obligated to answer their question if you don’t want to.
What is the reply of how’s you?
A quick & positive answer If the cashier at the store asks “How you doing?” as you pay for your things, you should respond “Good, how about you?” or “Doing fine, and you?” or “Good, how about yourself?” And they’ll respond with… yep, you guessed it: “Good, thanks.” Or “Fine thanks.”
Is Why do you ask rude?
No, it is not rude. It is all in the delivery. Pause a moment, tilt your head slightly, then say in an even voice with a very slight smile on your face: “Why do you want to know?” Put just a little bit of a quizzical spin on it.
Would you mind or do you mind?
You can use the phrases “Would you mind” and “Do you mind” + -ing form to ask someone politely to do things. Hiwever, the phrase “Would you mind” is more polite and common (Cambridge).
Do you VS would you?
They are not the same: Do you like is used to ask if someone generally enjoys or is partial to something. Would you like is a politer way of asking “do you want” when offering something. In English, as in many languages, the verb “want” is considered very direct, and the conditional serves to soften it a bit.
What is the reply of whats up?
The most common answer to what’s up is “I am fine, thank you, what about you?” The person who is asking this is enquiring about your well being at that very moment.
Why do you ask or why did you ask?
But if you haven’t provided an answer and you want to ask this question, it is better that you use- Why do you ask? because the question is just asked and using past tense for that would be unacceptable(not wrong actually, you could also use ‘did’ but ‘do’ is grammatically correct).