How are you in Paris?
Hello members!I'm writing a script for a play. I'm confused about the usage of the phrase "How are you [in a Place]?I think normally, say if we have a friend traveling in Paris, and we call him to find out how he's doing. We normally say "How are you?" instead of "How are you in Paris?" Right?But if I'm writing a script. It's the first scene where two people are on the stage, I think we could say "How are you in Paris" to make the message that one of the character is in Paris and the other is asking how he is.Do you agree?Thank you for answering!