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My understanding is that Americans usually say I'm very good while the more reserved and humble1 British people usually just say I'm fine, but in essence they are the same. What I mean is that 我很好 can be translated as I'm very good, or more rarely, I'm very fine, too. But since this is so common an expression, adding the word very usually doesn't change the ...
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