What means Nota Bene?
used to call attention to something important
What does Ikr mean in chatting?
I know, right
How do you use side notes in a sentence?
Parenthetically or incidentally; by the way; in addition to but less important than what was just being discussed. So we should have the report finished up by this afternoon. Oh, and on a side note, I managed to organize a meeting with the CEO tomorrow.
What does Ty mean?
Is As you are aware rude?
Yes, ‘as you know’ is presumptuous. But if you are worried about telling the recipient something that you think is already known, you can use alternative expressions like ‘as you will probably be aware’ or ‘you will possibly be aware that …’ or similar.
Is PFA rude?
According to me, It is Not normal to start an email with ”PFA”. Bottom-line, It is not normal or okay to start the email with PFA without proper salutations And without proper salutations the email itself is rude. Stay In. Stay safe.
What can I say instead of you know?
Ways of saying that you know, understand or agree – thesaurus
- of course. adverb. used when you have just realized something.
- OK. interjection.
- all right. interjection.
- fair enough. phrase.
- I know. phrase.
- if you like. phrase.
- I see. phrase.
- I know what you mean. phrase.
How do you use know right?
The phrase “I know,” on its own, signals that we are aware of something another person is saying, or that we agree with it. According to some critics, adding the word “right” turns the phrase into a question. However, the “right” in “I know, right” is actually just a way of adding emphasis.
How do you politely inform someone?
- I wish to tell you that…
- I am pleased to inform you that…
- You might also find it useful to know that…
- I wish to provide you with…
- It might be interesting for you to know that…
Can I say FYI to my boss?
If you’re asking is the phrase “FYI” disrespectful because it’s too informal with a superior, then in the USA the answer is no. FYI is a perfectly acceptable phrase for an email.
Is kindly rude?
There is nothing intrinsically negative or rude about the word; the definition is simply “in a kind manner”. It’s certainly not rude, but it’s almost pretentious in an email. It’s something that was used in typed bills and letters long before computers such as – kindly remit payment at your soonest.
What does KK mean?
Whats the meaning of NB?
How do you say you know politely?
We want you to know…..There are many possible synonyms, according to the context in which the phrase is being used:
- As you are aware.
- As you have been made aware.
- As has been made aware to you.
- As no doubt you are aware…
- As you will be aware…
- As you have gleaned…
- As you have undoubtedly heard.
- As you realize.
What does LLY mean in texting?
Licking Love you
How do you say FYI nicely?
What is another word for FYI?
|for your information||I’d like to bring to your attention|
|I’d like to notify you||it should be mentioned that|
|just so you know||just so you’re aware|
|just to let you know||so you know|
|for your attention||for your perusal|
Is FYI rude?
“FYI” “FYI” is just rude and can easily become a tool in passive aggressive communication when forwarding an email from someone else – “FYI, you should know about this”.
What does re mean in text?
Regarding. Re is short for “regarding,” which is an abbreviation often used in the subject line of a reply to an email. It indicates that the current message was sent as a reply to a previous message.
How do you write please note in email short form?
- NB is short for Please note.
- NB means Please note.
- NB is an abbreviation for Please note.
What does Ty mean from a girl?
Summary of Key Points
|Guessability:||2: Quite easy to guess|
|Typical Users:||Adults and Teenagers|
What does mean i know right?
What does note mean in slang?
Not Over There