Is it you and your or your and your?
Is it you and your or your and your?
Your – its meaning and usage Your is the possessive form of the pronoun you. Your is used as a second-person possessive adjective. This means that the word your is always followed by a noun which belongs to or is associated with you.
Is it appreciate you or your?
If you appreciate that someone contacted the office (the act of contacting), use “your.” It’s roughly equivalent to “We appreciate that you contacted the office.” If you appreciate the person who contacted the office, use “you.” Typically, you want the possessive pronoun: We appreciate your contacting the office.
How do you use appreciate correctly?
Appreciate sentence example
- I appreciate everything you do.
- I appreciate your help.
- I really appreciate this.
- You’ve taken a great deal off my shoulders, and I appreciate it.
- I appreciate your concern, Daddy.
- We would appreciate it if anyone would be willing to try and answer some questions.
Is it correct to say it would be greatly appreciated?
Using both “would be greatly appreciated” and “is greatly appreciated” are correct, depending on the intention of the phrase. If you would like to ask someone for help or favor and express gratitude before they agree to the task, you use “would be greatly appreciated” as the help or favor has not happened yet.
When can I use appreciated?
1 : to be grateful for We appreciate your help. 2 : to admire greatly and with understanding He appreciates poetry. 3 : to be fully aware of I appreciate how important this is. 4 : to increase in number or value Your investment should appreciate in time.
What can I say instead of thank you in advance?
5 Alternative Ways to Say “Thank You in Advance”
- 1 “Thanks”
- 2 Use a call to action.
- 3 I appreciate your help with ______.
- 4 Thanks for considering my request.
- 5 Thanks for your attention. I’m looking forward to your reply.
How do you say thank you to someone special?
- “You’re the best.”
- “I’m humbled and grateful.”
- “You knocked me off my feet!”
- “My heart is still smiling.”
- “Your thoughtfulness is a gift I will always treasure.”
- “Sometimes the simplest things mean the most.”
- “The banana bread was fabulous. You made my day.”
- “I’m touched beyond words.”
What do you say when someone gives you an unexpected gift?
You can thank the person for what you *do* appreciate about the gift; for example:
- “It was so thoughtful of you to bring me something from your vacation!”
- “I am so grateful you always think of us around the holidays.”
- “I was so surprised to get a package in the mail! It totally made my day.”
How does receiving a gift make you feel?
The look on the recipient’s face when they open their gift provides a psychological lift to other person and triggers the release endorphins into their brain, producing the same euphoric feelings of pleasure and joy we can experience after a tough workout or when we’re falling in love.
What do you do when someone gives you a gift?
Some etiquette experts recommend saying outright, “Thank you. I’m so sorry. I had no idea we were exchanging gifts.” In this case, the other person will probably say no gift was expected. You should also express your appreciation for the gift and the thought that went into it.
What to do if someone gives you an expensive gift?
If someone gives you an expensive gift then the first thing you can do is to gently refuse the gift and then accept it once the gift giver pursues you. If you have planned to accept the gift then make sure you have strongly expressed your appreciation for the gift itself and the efforts of the gift giver.
What should you not gift?
Gifts Not to Give to Anyone 2021
- Umbrella. If you are thinking to give the umbrella to your loved ones then we don’t think it’s a good idea.
- Clocks. Giving a clock to someone means you are telling them their time has come and wishing them to die.
- Sharp Objects.
- Black Clothes.
When someone gives you something you should say?
When someone gives us anything we should say “Thank you”.
Is it wrong to expect gifts in a relationship?
It’s one thing to not agree that gifts are an expression of love, BUT it isn’t wrong for you to expect something, a card or something nominal at the least, especially for big days in the year (i.e. birthday, anniversary), or even just a “Happy Birthday” unprompted. Anyone who tells you different is selfish and foolish.