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Sometimes a friend will do something exciting and you'll want to be able to ask them how it went.
In this video we're going to look at 5 different ways that you can ask someone how something went in English.
The first and simplest way to ask somebody in English how things have gone is to say:
How did it go?
And the faster version would be:
How'd it go?
Imagine you have a friend who just started a new job.
And they've just finished their first day of work.
You could ask them:
How did it go?
Or:
How'd it go?
And they could respond with:
It went very well.
Or, it didn't go so well.
The second way that you could ask someone how something went is to say:
How did that go?
Or, the faster version:
How'd that go?
Imagine someone has told you that they just used a new recipe to cook a chicken.
You could say:
Hey Dave, how did that go?
And they could respond with:
It went very well.
The chicken was delicious.
Or:
It didn't go well.
I burnt the chicken.
A third way to ask someone how something went is to ask the question:
How was that? or How was it?
Maybe you have a friend that just told that they went scuba diving.
A way to ask them how it went would be to say:
How was it? or How was that?
They could be used interchangeably.
You could say:
How was it Dave?
And they could respond:
It was amazing.
I saw so many fish.
Or they might say:
It didn't go very well.
I'm afraid of the water.
A fourth way to ask someone how something went is to ask the question:
How did things turn out?
Imagine a friend has borrowed money from you to start a business.
When you see them you could say:
How did things turn out?
And they could respond by saying:
Things are going very well.
Here is your money back.
Or they might say:
Things aren't going so great.
I won't be able to pay you back for several weeks.
A fifth and final way to ask someone how something went is to ask the question:
How did you make out?
And the faster version would be:
How didja make out? **Not proper written English, but is used in spoken English.
Or:
Howdya make out? **Not proper written English, but is used in spoken English.
How did you make out?
How didja make out? **Not proper written English, but is used in spoken English.
Or, Howdya make out? **Not proper written English, but is used in spoken English.
Imagine you have a friend who recently took a driving test.
You could say to them:
Hey, how did you make out?
And they could respond by saying:
It went super good.
I passed.
Or, maybe they'll say:
It didn't' go so well.
I hit a tree.
Well that was 5 ways to ask someone how something went in the past.
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Bob the Canadian here.
Learn English with Bob the Canadian.
I hope you enjoyed this video.
Have a great day.
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【英語学習】どうだったのか結果を聞く5つの訪ね方 (5 Ways to Ask Someone How it Went in English)

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Samuel 2018 年 6 月 20 日 に公開    Mika 翻訳    Yukiko チェック
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