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formality issues regarding the 「調子はどうだい？」 greeting
(1) ”元気なの?” and "調子はどうだい？" are pretty much equivalent in meaning and formality, right? The ”元気なの?” being a little feminine because of the "なの"? And, "調子はどうだい？" is rarely / never used by native ...
Dec 7 '13 at 13:37
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