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Doesn't really matter, there are several options and as those are short, daily phrases, no one expects you to form out lengthy sentences. However, it is common to thank and to ask how the other person is doing:

Danke, gut, und Ihnen? (more formal)
Danke

Danke, gut, und selbst? (less formal)

Just observe what other people say, as there are regional customs.

Doesn't really matter, there are several options and as those are short, daily phrases, no one expects you to form out lengthy sentences. However, it is common thank and to ask how the other person is doing:

Danke, gut, und Ihnen? (more formal)
Danke, gut, und selbst? (less formal)

Just observe what other people say, as there are regional customs.

Doesn't really matter, there are several options and as those are short, daily phrases, no one expects you to form out lengthy sentences. However, it is common to thank and to ask how the other person is doing:

Danke, gut, und Ihnen? (more formal)

Danke, gut, und selbst? (less formal)

Just observe what other people say, as there are regional customs.

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Doesn't really matter, there are several options and as those are short, daily phrases, no one expects you to form out lengthy sentences. However, it is common thank and to ask how the other person is doing:

Danke, gut, und Ihnen? (more formal)
Danke, gut, und selbst? (less formal)

Just observe what other people say, as there are regional customs.