how are you in german?

How are you in German slang?
The short version is: "Wie geht's?" - the "wie" means - how. "Geht" comes from "gehen" which means to go or to walk and the “ 's " comes from "es" which means it. To sum it up this means literally: how is it going. And the longer version is: "Wie geht es dir?" The "dir" means to you.
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How do you greet someone in German?
Hallo! Hello !
Guten Morgen! Good morning!
Guten Tag! Good day!
Grüß Gott! Good day! (Used mostly in southern Germany and Austria)
Guten Abend! Good evening!
Auf Wiedersehen! Goodbye! ( formal)
Tschüss! Goodbye! ( informal)
Ciao! Goodbye! ( borrowed from Italian; popular with younger Germans)
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How do you respond to Wie geht's?
Wie geht's simply means how goes it? The appropriate answer might be Gut (good) or ziemlich gut (pretty good) or schlimm (bad) depending on the situation. Same as you might do in English.
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What is Wie Gehts?
: how goes it? : how is it going? — used as a greeting.
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