- How do you say yes in a formal way?
- What does WHY NOT MEAN?
- Does sure mean no?
- Is it rude to say you’re welcome?
- Is saying no problem unprofessional?
- Which is correct of course or ofcourse?
- What can I say instead of of course?
- Does of course mean yes?
- How do you say OK politely?
- What is the best answer when someone says thank you?
- Is saying of course rude?
- Can I say of course to thank you?
- Is obviously rude?
- Is of course a way to say you’re welcome?
How do you say yes in a formal way?
Sound more polite with these new ways of saying yes, no, maybe, and I can’t….Polite Ways to Say Yes in EnglishYeah, sure.
Here you go.No problem.
I’m always happy to help.Yep.
I will be right there.
Yeah, I’d be happy to!Cool.
You got it.Okay..
What does WHY NOT MEAN?
obsolete. : a return challenge demanding what bars an action or negates an assertion. at a why-not. obsolete.
Does sure mean no?
Sure is used as “yes,” though it never means “yes.” Sure is a thumbs up to your face, and a jerkoff motion behind your back.
Is it rude to say you’re welcome?
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.
Is saying no problem unprofessional?
In other words, it can be a disingenuous phatic expression said reflexively. Other terms of politeness, including “no problem,” are also commonly used in this way. The fact is “you’re welcome” and “no problem” aren’t all that different. They can be sincere replies or reflexive expressions of politeness.
Which is correct of course or ofcourse?
The misspelling of the two-word phrase “of course” as “ofcourse” should be caught by any good spelling-checker, but it seems to be extremely common. BUY THE BOOK!
What can I say instead of of course?
of course / synonymsby all means. phr. & adv.certainly. adv. & int.naturally. adv. & int.needless to say. phr. & adv.without a doubt. phr. & adv.indubitably. adv. & int.obviously. adv.assuredly. int. & adv.More items…
Does of course mean yes?
Can you help meused to say yes or to give someone permission to do something: “Can you help me?” “Of course.”
How do you say OK politely?
30 Different Ways to Say OK in EnglishGreen light.Agree to.Go.Yep.Certify.Moderate.Respectable.Pleasing.More items…
What is the best answer when someone says thank you?
10 English Phrases for Responding to “Thank You”You’re welcome.No problem.No worries.Don’t mention it.My pleasure.Anytime.It was the least I could do.Glad to help.More items…
Is saying of course rude?
‘Of course. ‘ This is such a useful English phrase, but be careful. If you use it wrongly people might think you’re angry or when you’re not, or they might think that you think they’re stupid. … ‘Of course’ is a dangerous phrase because it can be polite or it can be rude.
Can I say of course to thank you?
If you’ve done something for someone and you say ‘you’re welcome’ after they thank you, the implication is kind of, ‘Yeah, I really did you a favor and you should be grateful,” she said. “So ‘certainly’ or ‘of course’ means you’re kind of belittling what you just did, which is more courteous.”
Is obviously rude?
“Obviously” is a purely destructive word. It’s commonly used when a new concept or idea is being built of pre-existing notions. As a teacher, these prerequisites for understanding might seem simple and, well, obvious.
Is of course a way to say you’re welcome?
‘Of course’ by itself means obvious, expected. So when someone says ‘of course’ instead of ‘you’re welcome’, the feeling is “it’s obvious that I would do that because I want to do that’. It’s friendly. It’s a friendly way to say it.