- How do you reply for what’s going on?
- How do you say do you know me?
- How do you respond to I know right?
- What do you do reply for students?
- What do you reply to I miss you?
- How do you give best reply?
- What to say after how are you?
- Do I know you reply?
- Is do I know you rude?
- How do you respond to HI in text?
- What do you say after hey in a text?
- What should I reply for why not?
- How do you do reply?
How do you reply for what’s going on?
Unless the person is your friend and asks,”What’s going on?” because they actually care, always keep the answer fairly short and impersonal.
Saying, “Not much, how about yourself?” Is usually a good reply..
How do you say do you know me?
you do know me / synonymsyou known me. phr.you knew me. phr.you know me. phr.you know of me. phr.you know how i am. phr.get to know. phr.meet me. phr.you met me. phr.More items…
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”.
What do you do reply for students?
Common answers to the question “What do you do?”I am a student.I am a nurse.I teach English at the local high school.I am a car mechanic. I repair cars.I am a stay at home mom/dad.I am looking for a job.I run a chain of clothing stores.I run a bakery.More items…
What do you reply to I miss you?
Here are some cute and funny ideas for how to respond to I miss you from someone you care about.01“I miss you too.” … 02“What do you miss about me?” … 03“I’ve been thinking about you too.” … 04“I wish you were here.” … 05“I can’t wait to see you again.” … 06“I am counting down the days until we’re together again.”More items…•
How do you give best reply?
How To Successfully Respond To A Question You Really Don’t Want To AnswerMake Sure You Understand The Question. … Take Time To Respond. … Answer Part Of The Question. … Postpone Your Answer. … Turn Around the Pronouns. … Divert The Question. … Give The Asker Some Control. … Watch Your Tone.More items…•
What to say after how are you?
They’re supposed to only say “I’m fine, thanks” or “I’m good.” The person who greets first is responsible for beginning the actual conversation. That’s the protocol. Of course, the custom is also for the second person to return the rhetoric and ask “And you?” so you can talk about how you are in detail.
Do I know you reply?
A reasonable reply would be, “No, I don’t think so. My name is …… Where do you think you know me from?” By offering your name you are creating an opening to continue a conversation without being dismissive. There are almost endless other variations of how to respond depending on the context of the situation.
Is do I know you rude?
“Do I know you?” is not infrequently said with a sneer or in a very cold tone to indicate to someone that to the speaker they are utterly insignificant, not at all relevant. In that sense, it is very rude! The question posed slightly differently is open and friendly and not rude at all.
How do you respond to HI in text?
It depends on whether or not you wish to engage in any sort of conversation with the person. If so, then “Hi, how are things with you?” If not, then just “Hi or hello” back. You could respond with a hello back and add a question or a simple compliment to open a conversation.
What do you say after hey in a text?
An appropriate response would be something like, “How are you”, “How’s your day going”, “What’s up”. Anything that’s a conversation starter really.
What should I reply for why not?
If this isn’t what you intend to say, then I probably wouldn’t use Why Not. Personally, I would probably say something like “Yes, here you go” if I was trying to be formal and something like “Sure, no problem” or “Sure, no prob” if it was a more casual situation.
How do you do reply?
The correct response is simply to repeat the question “How do you do?” or to say “Nice to meet you”. In less formal gatherings you would simply say “Hello” when introduced to another person. “How are you?” is a polite enquiry after the health of someone you know or have at least met before.