- What is the best reply for OK?
- Is replying OK rude?
- What can I say instead of I know?
- How do you say I know nicely?
- How do you hold up reply?
- How do you respond to how do you feel?
- What is it called when someone tells you how you feel?
- Is OK a good response?
- How are you doing replies?
- How are you doing or how is you doing?
- How do you respond to LMAO?
- How do you respond to I know right?
- How are you doing today reply?
- Is Ikr rude?
What is the best reply for OK?
“Ok” is a reply.
Unless you want to get into an endless cycle of “Ok” then “Ok, great!” then “Ok, fine” etc etc, leave it at the first ok and don’t reply at all.
Just smile and move on, either to another topic or another location..
Is replying OK rude?
More words in general sound more polite Gretchen McCulloch, an internet linguist and author of the upcoming book Because Internet, said OK is not inherently rude but the length of a reply matters. “Anything that’s shorter can sound curter, anything that’s longer can sound more polite,” McCulloch said.
What can I say instead of I know?
Ways of saying that you know, understand or agree – thesaurusof 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.More items…
How do you say I know nicely?
You can do that by saying:OK / Alright / Sure.Got it.OK, I get it now / That’s clear, thank you.Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense.Of course / Absolutely.I appreciate why you think that, but…I hear what you’re saying, but…When You Understand Someone’s Feelings:More items…•
How do you hold up reply?
Originally Answered: How do you respond when someone asks you how you hold up? Most Officers will respond with “ I’m good “ “ I’m ok” or respond with something similar to “ it’s just part of the job.
How do you respond to how do you feel?
Express how you are feeling. Respond by saying, “Actually, I’ve been feeling…” or “You know, I have been feeling…” If you are feeling depressed or going through a tough time, you could also mention that so that your loved ones can help you.
What is it called when someone tells you how you feel?
You don’t see it for the emotional abuse it is. … Covert verbal abuse happens when someone tells you how you feel, what you think, or what you need or want.
Is OK a good response?
“Okay,” is a fine response when you don’t care about something. Use it when you are trying to save time, or when you don’t want to engage in discussion.
How are you doing replies?
If the cashier at the store asks “How you doing?” as you pay for your things, you should respond “Good, how about you?” or “Doing fine, and you?” or “Good, how about yourself?” And they’ll respond with… yep, you guessed it: “Good, thanks.” Or “Fine thanks.”
How are you doing or how is you doing?
In my experience as a native speaker in the Middle Atlantic region . . . “How are you?” is a bland greeting for someone you haven’t seen for a while, while “How are you doing?” . . . may be an actual inquiry. The latter is more common when there is some expectation that the subject might not be doing well.
How do you respond to LMAO?
No matter the situation, though, it seems safe to say that the best way to respond to “lmao” is to start talking about something else. That way whether they are bored, shy, or just don’t know what to say, you will continue the convo.
How do you respond to I know right?
But if you are in a sufficiently informal situation you can probably simply say “IKR” or “I know, right”. If you afraid of offending someone, just say “yeah” or “yup”.
How are you doing today reply?
If someone asks “How are you doing?,” grammatically you should answer “Well.” This says “I’m doing well.” Since “doing” is an action verb, we need to use the adverb “well” to describe that action.
Is Ikr rude?
In fairness, I don’t think it’s meant to be rude. It’s meant to express agreement with whatever the other person is saying. In fact it’s meant as a supportive phrase. … So while “I know, right?” might sound rude, it’s just a youthful way of agreeing with whatever is being said.