"Ça va, merci."
Translation:I'm doing well, thank you.
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I know, I just meant that you could say "ça va? merci" also. When I was tested on the phrase, I just listened to it spoken so I couldn't tell if it was supposed to be the question or the answer. From the infliction, I inferred that it was the question. I don't know why my answer was accepted, so that's why I asked.
Not in this expression, but yes, ça can mean it, since it is the familiar/oral version of "cela" (= pronoun "that")
-it/that goes fast = ça/cela va vite
Since all nouns, including animals and objects, have a gender, pronouns il(s) and elle(s) are used also for them:
-les voitures sont rouges, elles sont rouges
-les arbres sont verts, ils sont verts