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Usually the question "How did you sleep today?" is about the quality of the sleeping or about the position of the sleeping?

In other words, if I read or hear “how did you sleep last night”, what should I understand?

Usually the question "How did you sleep today?" is about the quality of the sleeping or about the position of the sleeping?

Usually the question "How did you sleep today?" is about the quality of the sleeping or about the position of the sleeping?

In other words, if I read or hear “how did you sleep last night”, what should I understand?

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My friend, who's nor a native English speaker, asked me todayUsually the question "How did you sleep today?" When he asked me it I was a little bit confused what's he asking about, whether he means to askis about the qualityquality of mythe sleeping or maybe about the position of my sleeping. He explained me directly what was talking about.

Anyway, since he isn't a native English speaker, this question raised to me if it's correct to use "How did you sleep today" meaning about the qualityposition of the sleeping. If it is not, then what's the correct way to ask one about the quality of sleeping? 

My friend, who's nor a native English speaker, asked me today "How did you sleep today?" When he asked me it I was a little bit confused what's he asking about, whether he means to ask about the quality of my sleeping or maybe about the position of my sleeping. He explained me directly what was talking about.

Anyway, since he isn't a native English speaker, this question raised to me if it's correct to use "How did you sleep today" meaning about the quality of the sleeping. If it is not, then what's the correct way to ask one about the quality of sleeping?

Usually the question "How did you sleep today?" is about the quality of the sleeping or about the position of the sleeping? 

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How did you sleep today? - meaning

My friend, who's nor a native English speaker, asked me today "How did you sleep today?" When he asked me it I was a little bit confused what's he asking about, whether he means to ask about the quality of my sleeping or maybe about the position of my sleeping. He explained me directly what was talking about.

Anyway, since he isn't a native English speaker, this question raised to me if it's correct to use "How did you sleep today" meaning about the quality of the sleeping. If it is not, then what's the correct way to ask one about the quality of sleeping?