Which is correct:
"hope you are doing great" or "hope you are doing good"?

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hope you are doing great

This phrase is correct and commonly used in informal settings to express well wishes.

This phrase is used to express a positive sentiment towards someone's well-being in a more enthusiastic and informal manner.

Examples:

  • Hey, hope you are doing great! Haven't seen you in a while.
  • I hope you are doing great on your new job.

Alternatives:

  • Hope you are doing well
  • Hope everything is going well with you

hope you are doing good

This phrase is correct and commonly used in casual settings to express well wishes.

This phrase is used to express a positive sentiment towards someone's well-being in a more casual and commonly used manner.

Examples:

  • Just wanted to check in and say I hope you are doing good.
  • Hope you are doing good after your recent trip.

Alternatives:

  • Hope you are doing well
  • Hope everything is going well with you
Both phrases are commonly used in English to express well wishes to someone. 'Hope you are doing great' is slightly more informal and enthusiastic, while 'Hope you are doing good' is more casual and commonly used. Both of them are correct and can be used depending on the level of formality you would like to convey.
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Last updated: July 11, 2024

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