How do you say any time works for me?

How do you say any time works for me?

In addition, it is common in the U.S. to say, “Anytime would work for me.”. More informal (also in the U.S.), but also very common, is to say, “Whatever you have works”.

Which is correct to you or for you?

If I take something to you then I bring it to where you are. If I take something for you, then it is taken to a different place because that was what you wanted. If I say something to you, then you receive the message. If I say something for you then I am giving somebody information that came from you.

What does working for me mean?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(it) works for me/you etc(it) works for me/you etcspoken used to say that something is very suitable for someone and does exactly what they wanted or expected I meditate and do Yoga every day. It works for me and I think it could work for you too. → work. Quizzes.

How do you say anytime fine for me?

You need a space between “Any” and “time”; they are two separate words. Once you’ve made that correction, both versions are correct, though “fine for me” is a bit more formal, at least in British English. There’s also “fine by me” which is equally correct and very commonly used in the UK, but again it’s informal use.

Is fine for me meaning?

In this case, “that’s fine for me” means I am available at that time. “That’s fine by/with me” means I do not object to that time. In practice, these really mean the same thing because you would object if you were not available.

What does anytime now mean?

Any time now

Does anytime mean you’re welcome?

Answer: Anytime means that the person would do the same again for you at any time. Anytime, You’re welcome, No problem, My pleasure etc should convey the generosity of the respondent to the thanks-giver.

What can I say to say your welcome?

Here are a few more ways to say “You’re welcome” in English.

  • You got it.
  • Don’t mention it.
  • No worries.
  • Not a problem.
  • My pleasure.
  • It was nothing.
  • I’m happy to help.
  • Not at all.

What to say instead of should have?

Synonyms of should

  • have (to),
  • must,
  • need,
  • ought (to),
  • shall.

Is ought a formal word?

Ought to has the same meaning as the modal should, and it is used in the same ways, but ought to is less common and more formal than should. Modal verbs are verbs that are not conjugated. They are used to signal things like obligations, expectations, advice, and suggestions.

Why the word try is bad?

For someone to say to another person, “I can’t do that” or “That’s not going to happen right now” is uncomfortable. The person says, “I’ll try” when their whole unconscious is saying, “No you won’t.” It causes cognitive dissonance – when we say something that our minds don’t agree with.

What is the difference between try to and try doing?

‘Try doing’ is about getting results, achieving a successful outcome. Try to do’ is about making an effort.

How do you use the word try?

[M] [T] Tom decided to try sleeping without a pillow. [M] [T] I don’t know whether I can do it, but I’ll try. [M] [T] No matter how hard I try, I can’t do it any better than she can. [M] [T] I have two dogs and I try to feed them each the same amount of food.

What’s the difference between doing and trying?

Trying is more the attempt at doing something, whereas the doing is the physical act. So trying is the emotional state “I will try harder”, and doing is the physical ” I am trying “, in pretty much any situation.