- How do you say thank you too?
- What is a nice evening reply?
- How do you respond to great seeing you?
- How do you tell someone you had a great time?
- What is the response to a great weekend?
- Have a great day you too meaning?
- What is reply of all the best?
- What is best of luck meaning?
- How do you respond to a great day in an email?
- How do you respond to enjoy the rest of your day?
- What is the reply for good luck?
- What is the response to have a good time?
- Is it rude to say likewise?
- What do you reply when someone says stay blessed?
How do you say thank you too?
The most common way to thank somebody is gratias agere.
Though there are other ways, this is both common and commonplace.
If you want to say “you too!” to someone, there are two common ways: et tu (think Caesar to Brutus) and tu quoque..
What is a nice evening reply?
Hello sldxhy, if you mean “what should you say in response?”, you can just say “Thanks”, or “thanks a lot”, or “thank you” or – if you want to be humorous: “thanks, I’ll try!”
How do you respond to great seeing you?
When someone says “it was great seeing you,” people often respond, “it was great seeing you too.” This can be shortened to just “you too,” but the meaning is the same. The answer ‘you too’ is a shortened form of ‘It was great seeing you too. ‘ The alternative you are suggesting isn’t grammatically correct.
How do you tell someone you had a great time?
If you also had a great (nice, good) time, then you could say something like, “Thanks! I had a really good time, too!” If you did not have the same experience (did not enjoy yourself), then you could say something like, “Thanks!
What is the response to a great weekend?
“Have a nice weekend!”, one says. And we reply with “I wish you the same!”, “Thanks, you too!” or “Thanks, the same for you.” At least we would say: “I wish you a nice weekend as well!”, but we would feel a little bit weird about so much repetition.
Have a great day you too meaning?
To have a great day “to” – is to have a great day to do something, meet someone etc. A great day to you, too.
What is reply of all the best?
Yes, you can say “you too,” but that’s usually if you’re good friends with the person, like a good friend or a best friend. A couple of other responses you can do are: “Thanks/thank you, you too.” This is a great thing to say to anyone, even if you don’t know them that well.
What is best of luck meaning?
informal. —used to say that one hopes someone will succeedWe’re sorry that you’re leaving. Best of luck to you in your new job.
How do you respond to a great day in an email?
As has been said, the common reply to “Have a nice [or good] day!” or “Have a nice [or good] weekend!” is “You, too!”
How do you respond to enjoy the rest of your day?
You can respond in any way you choose: Depending on the situation I have been known to say everything from “No. … But, “thanks” or, “you too.” are more appropriate for a professional environment. … I have also heard people simply respond “**ck you!”, or “whatever!” Which I do not recommend.Your choice.
What is the reply for good luck?
The most obvious and basic response to anyone wishing one good luck on any occasion is “thank you” or any of its many variants. “You too” can be added when appropriate, but would not be if the other person is not in the situation, whatever it is, for which good luck is being wished.
What is the response to have a good time?
The easiest (and probably standard) responses are “Thanks, you too” or “Thank you, same to you”. More formal responses might include more detail specific to wherever they are about to go: “Thank you, you have a wonderful time at …!” I hope this helps.
Is it rude to say likewise?
“Likewise” is more formal. So if you mean polite in terms of etiquette, protocol or good old-fashioned dignity, go with likewise. … It don’t sound cool to reply back like this as polite answer you yourself can say is same to you, here. LIKEWISE means different for different persons and is often used for different words.
What do you reply when someone says stay blessed?
It is a very old custom. In this case you would reply, “Thank you.” If someone says “God bless you” as a greeting, you can say many things, such as “thank you,” “and you,” or even just smile. Hi!