Tout ca VA bien?
Oui, tout va bien. Tout ca s'est bien arregle. On n'a plus d'ennuis. Et vous?
Ca va bien is one answer to 'Ca va'. It means 'Things are going well', and is pronounced 'sah vah byehn'. The demonstrative 'ca' means 'that, it'. The verb 'va' means '[he/she/it] does go, goes, is going'. The adverb 'bien' means 'well'. Ca va mal is another answer. It means 'Things are going badly', and is pronounced 'sah vah mahl'. The adverb 'mal' means 'badly, poorly'. Ca ne va pas de tout is still another…
It literally means "It is going well". The most common usage is in response to ca va? which means how are you? if you are answering the question comment ca va? it means i am well but otherwise it means it is good. Ca va bien, merci means "It's going well, thank you". ça va bien - it's OK or if it's a question - ça va bien? - is everything OK?
ca va bien merci Je vais très bien, merci. (Very well, I'm fine, thank you) ça va bien (I am fine) ça va mal. (I am not fine) Oh! Comme ci, comme ça. (So-so) Oh! Pas trop bien (Not too great) Je suis assez fatigué(e) (I'm rather tired) Je suis un peu malade (I'm a little sick) Pas mal (not bad) Super (super) Formidable (fantastic)
ça va as a statement means "it's okay" or "everything's fine". With a question mark - ça va? it means "how's it going?" The response is "oui, ça va" or, "ça va bien". The literal translation of the phrase is "it's going". The mark descending from the first letter indicates that its English pronunciation is "sa va".