How do you say me too formally?
How do you say me too formally?
In formal writing, the pronoun should technically be the same case as the noun or pronoun in the original sentence. For example, if someone says, “He gave a book to me”, you might say, “Me, too”.
Is so do I Formal?
SO DO I is more formal. It is used in writing, in more formal conversations, and in presentations. I love the book The Sun Also Rises.
What can we say instead of me too?
What is another word for me too?
|seconded||that applies to me as well|
|that applies to me as too||me as well|
|same to you||agreed|
Is it proper to say you as well?
“And you as well” is perfectly acceptable. I’ve also heard “same to you.” They all mean that you wish the other person a good day, also. Not ‘as you as well’, but ‘you as well’ or ‘you too’ or ‘same to you’ or – you know, etc. Originally Answered: Have a great day and I say “as you as well” it’s a good answer or not?
Is thank you as well correct?
It’s grammatically correct if you say it like ” ‘thank you’ to you as well.” However typically in a natural conversation you would just say “thank you” or “right back at you” and leave the other half implied.
What does my pleasure mean?
—used as a response to someone who has thanked one for doing something to say that one was happy to do it “Thanks for your help.” “(It was) My pleasure.”
How do you respond when someone says my pleasure?
Usually the following are the kinds of responses which people give to someone’s “thank you”:
- The average one: “No worries or no problem”.
- The good one: “You’re welcome”.
- The phenomenonal one: “It’s my pleasure’.
- Other phenomenal ones: “anytime” and “thank you”(yes, saying thank you back to the person who thanked you).
What’s another way of saying my pleasure?
What is another word for my pleasure?
|don’t mention it||it’s my pleasure|
|of course||that’s okay|
|forget it||it’s the least I could do|
|it was nothing||you are welcome|
Is your welcome rude?
She explained that “you’re welcome”—a phrase that is meant to be courteous—is sometimes perceived as insincere or snarky. When the phrase is exclaimed in the absence of thanks, as comedians have made popular, it is obviously rude. When used graciously, “you’re welcome” is a perfectly polite form of expression.
How do you thank someone for welcome?
Thank you for your Warm Welcome and your Hospitality
- Many thanks to you for welcoming me warmly into your home. Your exceptional act of kindness shall never be forgotten.
- I was so touched by the incredible warmth of your reception and your generosity. You’re absolutely the best.
- Living at your home was an absolutely fabulous experience.
Is it OK to say you are most welcome?
To say “you’re welcome” after someone says “thank you”, and to say “Welcome” to a visitor to your house, do not mean the same thing, and you do not use the same words in the same way for both. So, “you are welcome = you are quite welcome = you are most welcome” .
What does it mean when a guy says you’re welcome?
It means ‘I was happy to help’. We can say, for example, ‘You’re welcome to use my laptop’ which means ‘I am happy for you to use my laptop’. So, when we say ‘You’re welcome’ after someone has thanked you, this is just a short form of ‘That’s ok. I was happy to help you’.
Is it rude to say your welcome when someone doesn’t say thank you?
It’s pointing out the other person’s rudeness which could in itself be interpreted an being rude. If someone says your welcome and you didn’t say thank you, they are letting you know that they did something that they felt you should have appreciated but didn’t (or at least didn’t let them know about your appreciation).
Is it rude to not say you’re welcome?
It is not rude not to say “you’re welcome” after a compliment. When “thank you” is the initiating phrase, your response should be “you’re welcome” or any substitute of that which seems most appropriate; however, when the initiating phrase is a compliment, “you’re welcome” becomes the response.
What can you say instead of No worries?
other words for no worries
- forget it.
- it’s nothing.
- my pleasure.
- no problem.
- not at all.
- you are welcome.
Can you say no problem to thanks?
“No problem” is appropriate when someone is thanking you for doing them a favor — something you went a little out of your way for out of kindness or consideration.