As you already may know in Greek language we have to be precise about the context when we are talking or writing, meaning is it an informal comunicative situation (friends, family, people I know) or formal situation (my professors, employees in public places, older people and people I don’t know).
So, when we want to ask how someone is, we need to know the context in order to use the right phrases.
In the list we begin by the two most common ones, in both formal and informal context.
The next phrases are all to be used in informal situations and gradually in even more friendly contexts. They all mean, “what’s new” or “what’s going on”
Have you ever heard any of these? I hope you find them useful and why not try to learn one and start using it with your Greek friends, or classmates! I’m sure they will be amazed!