What to say after you are 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 can I say instead of my information?
What is another word for for your information?
|FYI||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|
Can I say sure to thanks?
The word sure is sometimes used to respond to Thank you. Saying sure in response to thank you is very informal. It is a replacement for the more standard You’re welcome and means much the same as the more formal response certainly.
Is BTW formal?
The phrase by the way is not especially informal, and you may freely use it in formal situations. However, if you wish to use a variant which is more formal, then you could use a substitute such as: Speaking of which, This brings to mind.
What we can use instead of by the way?
Synonyms for By the way
- incidentally. adv.
- by the by. v. & adv.
- moreover. adv.
- anyway. adv.
- parenthetically. adv.
- about. adv. & adj.
- besides. adv.
- in passing. adv.
What can I say instead of first and foremost?
What is another word for first and foremost?
What is a side note?
: a note of reference that is set in the side margin or a page usually in smaller type than the text.
How do you say thank you in a flirty way?
Cute Ways to Say Thank you
- You make me jump for joy.
- I’m beaming with appreciation for you.
- You make me feel so lucky.
- I wish I could be as thoughtful as you.
- You knew exactly what to get me.
- This is so heartfelt.
What is another way to say by the way?
What is another word for by the way?
|incidentally||as an aside|
|in related manner||as a by-product|
|obiter||as side effect|
What can I say instead of speaking?
What is another word for speaking of?
|coincidentally||by the way|
|interestingly enough||while on the subject|
|as an aside||as it happens|
|speaking of which||in passing|
Is sure a yes or no?
In other words, sure signals consent, while yes and no signal literal agreement or disagreement. Sure is an informal expression meaning “Certainly,” which is more formal.
Is it rude to say just to be clear?
Saying “to be clear” is still perfectly acceptable as long as you actually are trying to verify or get everyone on the same page.
How do you say by the way formally?
‘Incidentally’ could be the perfect formal substitute for ‘by the way’….Some other alternatives are:
- In addition.
- As well.
Can I say sure instead of OK?
If asked a question that would warrant a “yes “ or “no” answer saying sure could be seen as being rude. Usually it means the person didn’t understand the question and instead of asking for clarity or for the question to be repeated they would say “sure”. Sure… not rude, but annoying.
How do you say side note?
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 as a side note, I managed to organize a meeting with the CEO tomorrow.
What is the best response to thank you?
10 English Phrases for Responding to “Thank You”
- You’re welcome.
- No problem.
- No worries.
- Don’t mention it.
- My pleasure.
- It was the least I could do.
- Glad to help.
How do you email a side note?
“As a side note” is constructed by swapping “on” with “as.” Not only is it the older expression of the two, but it is also the more popular one. According to Google, by 2009, “as a side note” was almost used five times as much as “on a side note.”
Which is formal speaking?
“Speaking of which” is really a transitional expression. In more formal speech or writing, it would translate to “as for xxx,” or “regarding xxx,” for example. quote: Another way to say it would be Speaking of that.
How do you say let you know professionally?
Please let me know. Then you could say: I will wait for your answer. Get back to me….You can try the following:
- I will keep you updated.
- I will get back to you on this in some time.
- I will keep you posted.
- I will inform you at my earliest (a little more formal however)
How do you politely say about your information?
- I’d just like to bring to your attention… + an issue / a recent discovery / an interesting fact.
- I would just like to update you on…
- I’d like to notify you that…
- Just so you know…
- Just so you’re aware…
Is it rude to say yep?
In an email people would think that ‘Yep’ is snide or rude. “‘Yep’ is the same number of letters as ‘yes’ but ‘yes’ is formal and you use it when emailing your boss or colleague so they don’t think you’re too laidback,” he said.
How do you reply with sure?
‘ Would you mind helping’ is a polite way of asking ‘will you help me’ and so the ‘sure’ is really in response to the meaning behind the question, rather than a literal response to the wording. Sure is a very casual response.