Discussion in 'Română (Romanian)' started by bjoleniacz, Sep 30, 2012.
Is it "Ce faci?" Doesn't this mean "How are you?"
This is what I'd use - younger generations may be be more creative:
Hey/Hi, how are you? -> Bună, ce mai faci? (works w/o mai too)
Hey, what's up? -> (Bună,) Ce mai e nou?
Thanks, however, I meant,
How do you say "what are you up to?" or "what are you doing at the moment?"
Context is everything for a proper translation...
What are you up to ?(as in what do you intend to do, what are you planning, sort of) -> Ce (mai) plănuiești / Ce-ai de gând and so on.
What are you up to? (as in What are you doing now?) -> Ce mai faci?
For a more generic How are you? one might use Cum o mai duci / Ce mai zici?
Dupa mine, "Ce mai faci?" e o intrebare generica: nu intrebi "Ce mai faci?" ca sa afli ce face interlocutorul in momentul asta.
"Ce faci?" e echivalentul lui "ce faci acum?"="What are you doing now?" IMHO
Separate names with a comma.