A: Hi Stone! How have you been?
B: Great! What about you?
A: Sorry, I'm so late getting back to the office. How's everything?
B: Oh, I've been super.
A: Hey, could I borrow your car for the weekend?
B: Go to hell! The last time you borrowed my car you wrecked it.
( 1. go to hell: spoken not polite used when you are very angry with someone. e.g.: If John doesn't like it, he can go to hell! 要是约翰不喜欢，就让他见鬼去吧！
2. wreck [rek] A wreck is something such as a ship, car, plane, or building which has been destroyed, usually in an accident.
3.super [suːpə] Some people use super to mean very nice or very good. e.g.:We had a super time. or That's a super idea.(infml 口) excellent; splendid 极好的; 了不起的; 棒的.
How are you doing?
A: How are you doing, Lee?
B: I beg your pardon?
A: How's everything? How are you getting along?
B: I'm getting along fine, thank you.
A: Have you changed any of your ideas about this country? Do you still think English is the worst language in the world?
B: I'm beginning to see that human nature is pretty much the same everywhere.
A: And what about the language?
B: That idea hasn't changed.
（get along :1. to improve, develop, or make progress. e.g.: After a five-hour operation, Wendy is coming along just fine.
2. If you say that something is going along in a particular way, you mean that it is progressing in that way. e.g.: Everything was coming along fine after all. My life is going along nicely. )大学英语四六级考试