How can we convert "How are You?" into an assertive and negative sentence?
To convert a question into an assertive statement we have two methods:
Method 1.We need to drop the questioning word and add a subject.
To convert the question “How are you?” using this method, we drop the word ’How’ and say “Tell me about yourself” or “I’d like to know about your day” or “You look fine!”
To convert the question into a negative statement we say “You don’t look good.” Or “You seem to have a bad day today.”
Method 2: Sometimes, though, the question can be converted into a statement while keeping the questioning word intact.
To convert the question “How are you?” using this method, we can say “Explain to me how you are” or “Explain to me how you feel.” or “Share with me how you are today.” Or “You can share with me how your day went.”