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I'm fine.

I'm good.

It's fine.

It's good.
"fine" or "good," which is more desirable to describe one's state?


How are you?

(1) I'm fine. (2) I'm good.
Which describes his better condition or feeling?
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Both are social gestures and synonymous. It is best to mix them for variety's sake-- along with OK, just fine, doing all right, smokin', etc.
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I think if you want to describe your health
I'm well.
would be best.

"Feel well" - "be in good health."
"Feel good" - "be in good spirits."
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Thanks!いつも、

ありがとうございます!
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