I find it strange that almost all translations (those I understand) amount to "How are you", not "How have you been". There is a difference, isn't there?
> I find it strange that almost all translations (those I understand) amount to "How are you", not "How have you been".
These are both greeting that would be used in the same situation, so I can see how they could be translated the same. However, I'm not sure if that's close enough or not.
Interesting point, @CK. In my opinion, just close enough to be misleading.
"@check translation" tag is still on.
I have removed the tag, but the issue is still unresolved.
I wonder, show we link "How are you" to this one?
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