Is it grammatically correct to say:
How is going everything?
And does it convey same meaning as "How is going your life?"
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From the Cambridge Dictionary
Wh-questions begin with what, when, where, who, whom, which, whose, why and how.
Forming wh-questions With an auxiliary verb
We usually form wh-questions with wh- + an auxiliary verb (be, do or have) + subject + main verb or with wh- + a modal verb + subject + main verb
Here, the wh- is how, the auxiliary verb is is, the subject is everything, and the main verb is going. So it should be
- How is everything going?
This is a common question asking about someone's life and I assume it means the same as "How is going your life?" (like OP said). "How is going your life?" is incorrect. Again, it would be
- How is your life going?
2 asks the same as 1, although 2 might be less common than 1 and possibly rude.
Not quite. Switch to "How is everything going?". It's a common idiom that does have the meaning of "How is your life going", and it's often used as a greeting.