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Would your answer be the same as the answer to this question?

Would your answer be the same as the answer to this question?

Originally Answered: What is the meaning of this question ‘If I asked you out, would your answer be the same as your answer to this question? ‘ ? If you say yes, that means the answers are the same for the question and the subquestion, so the answer to the question ‘Will you go out with me’ will be also yes.

How do you say I don’t know in a positive way?

In this Confident English lesson you’re going to learn better ways to say I don’t know when: You should know the answer but you don’t….Here are a few casual ways to say I don’t know:

  1. I don’t have the foggiest idea.
  2. I haven’t a clue.
  3. Who knows?
  4. Don’t ask me.
  5. Your guess is as good as mine.

How do you say I don’t know smartly?

List of 40 other ways to say I don’t know in English.

  1. Beats me.
  2. Hmm…
  3. I am not the best person to answer that.
  4. I can find out for you.
  5. I can’t remember off the top of my head. I’ll get back to you on that.
  6. I don’t have that information here right now.
  7. I don’t know anything about…
  8. I have no clue/idea.

Is it rude to say I don’t know?

You would find it rude, probably. Just as rude as shutting down the conversation with “I dunno.” If you really don’t know what to say about the subject, why not say “I’m not comfortable talking about that right now (you can follow with “I just don’t know enough about it” or “I haven’t had time to think it through”).

How do you not feel bad when you say no?

Here’s how you can effectively say no:

  1. Say it. Don’t beat around the bush or offer weak excuses or hem and haw.
  2. Be assertive and courteous.
  3. Understand peoples’ tactics.
  4. Set boundaries.
  5. Put the question back on the person asking.
  6. Be firm.
  7. Be selfish.

Why do I feel bad when I did nothing wrong?

Fake Guilt occurs when you feel guilty as a result of something you’ve done or might do, even though in no way was it wrong or unethical. Fake Guilt functions as a substitute emotion, often the result of a habit of trying to alleviate or avoid sadness, helplessness, and the lack of control they imply.

Why is it difficult to say no?

Sometimes, you may find it hard to say ‘no’ to someone because you genuinely want to help out, but can’t. Maybe you’re already overworked and don’t have the time, maybe you don’t have the skills or the experience to help, but it can be uncomfortable not being able to help when you really want to.

How do you politely say I don’t need help?

I’ll let you know if I have questions or need your advice. Please allow me to handle this as I see fit. I’m sure you mean well, but I don’t need any more advice—though if you would be willing to [do something helpful], that would be a big help. Prayer would be more helpful to me than more advice.

How do you get someone to say yes or no?

Here’s her advice, according to what researchers studying persuasion have found.

  1. Use a personal note.
  2. Be up front with your request.
  3. Use guilt to your advantage.
  4. Use the right words.
  5. Focus on what the other person will gain.
  6. Remind the person he or she can always say no.
  7. Appropriate physical touch may help.

How do you respond to I really appreciate you?

Here are a few ways to respond to a compliment:

  1. “Thank you, it makes my day to hear that.”
  2. “I really put a lot of thought into this, thank you for noticing.”
  3. “Thank you, I really appreciate you taking the time to express that.”
  4. “Thank you, I am happy to hear you feel that way!”

How do you reply to welcome back?

Many people simply reply, “Thank you.” or “Thanks.” Sometimes I would add, “It’s good to see you too.” (If I am genuinely glad to see that person again.)

How do you start a sentence without saying but?

“Yet” can often replace “but” in a sentence without changing anything else, as both are coordinating conjunctions that can introduce a contrast. Alternatively, you could use one of these subordinating conjunctions: Although (e.g., I like Brian May, although I find his hair ridiculous.)

Can we start a sentence with just?

Take a sentence such as Just because Aardvark saw a black cat, he was afraid to go to Squiggly’s birthday party. It means that Aardvark was afraid to go to Squiggly’s birthday party for one reason: that he saw a black cat. Now compare this to Just because you’re correct doesn’t mean you’re not annoying.

Where does just go in a sentence?

Just is most commonly used as an adverb together with the present perfect tense. In this context, just means ‘a short time ago’, and is positioned between the auxiliary verb (had/ have/has) and the past participle.

Can we start a sentence with with?

Sentences (and clauses) that begin with with are doomed to be weak. The following sentences suffer from this affliction; discussions describe how to improve the sentence, and revisions demonstrate the solutions.

Can you end a sentence with with?

It’s perfectly fine to end a sentence with a preposition, don’t believe any fear-mongering to make you believe otherwise. Sometimes it may sound awkward, sometimes it’s more suitable for informal writing, but there is no prohibition against it.

Is it correct to begin a sentence with because?

Yes, you can absolutely start a sentence with “because.” And…you caught that, didn’t you? Right there we started a sentence with “because,” and it’s completely correct.