I wonder if "What are you at now?" is correct grammatically to use, in this format and context.
Two concerns that I have:
Ending with "at"
- I am not ending the question with the "at". However, I am not sure adding a "now" at the end does help or not. Will this still be a valid question to ask? Is it valid to end a question with "at"?
- I am using it to address a person's need to understand where they are standing with a problem. The closest that I could think of to ask was "Where are you now?". However, I think the "Where" question is more about the location and not the state of the person.
I know there is a very similar question asked at here. However, mine is different in a sense that there is now at the end.