- Are you busy reply?
- How do you reply to nothing much?
- What’s happening How do you reply?
- How are you feeling now reply?
- Are you OK reply?
- What is the proper response to thank you?
- How do you respond to hope you are fine?
- How do you comfort a sick person over text?
- How do you respond to Im feeling better?
- Are you feeling better now meaning?
- What is the best reply for what’s going on?
- What is KK in texting?
- Is saying OK rude?
- Are you feeling better or do you feel better?
- How do you feel how are you feeling?
- How do you ask for health problems?
- Are you feeling well meaning?
- How do you feel reply?
Are you busy reply?
So what’s the question here.
If you are busy, say “Yes”.
I’m a guy who always finds time for others and answers like you.
“Yes, quite busy, but I’d be more than happy to help.
The question “Are you busy” in English means “Are you available to talk to me at the moment, or are you too busy to talk to me?”.
How do you reply to nothing much?
In my experience, if the reply is ‘nothing much’, then the best thing to do is not respond. If the other person is genuinely interested in the chat, they will come up with a follow up response to their statement like, ‘what’s up with you? ‘ or ‘just another boring day’ etc.
What’s happening How do you reply?
It’s just a greeting meaning “What is happening?”, and a reply that nothing’s happening means you’re fine. … That is an expression that has about as much meaningfulness as “How are you?” or “How’s it going?” All, including “What’s up?” are used as greetings.
How are you feeling now reply?
When a good friend asks how you are, and you’re feeling sick, you can say things like: I’ve been better….Fine, thanks.How are you? I’m good. How about you?I’m okay, thanks.
Are you OK reply?
How do you respond when someone asks you that question? #1 You can say “Yes, I’m fine, thanks,” even if you’re not OK, and be done with it. #2 You can be honest about how you feel and open up to someone who may not really want to hear about your problems.
What is the proper response to thank you?
When you do a favor, and someone says “thank you,” the automatic response is “you’re welcome.” It’s a basic rule of politeness, and it signals that you accept the expression of gratitude—or that you were happy to help.
How do you respond to hope you are fine?
When someone says ‘I hope all is well with you’, this a respectful sign showing genuine care and regard. In this case it would be best to reciprocate what the other person has said, to show that you accept their sentiments. You could reply by saying, ‘I hope all is well with you too, thank you for asking! ‘.
How do you comfort a sick person over text?
Consider these options:“Whenever you need to call, I’m here.” … “I wish I could be there right now.” … “You’re still in my thoughts. … “Your family is lucky to have you through all this.” … “Maybe I can’t be there, but there’s definitely something I can do.
How do you respond to Im feeling better?
If somebody says to you “I’m just peachy” you can respond to this person in various ways, such as:Glad to hear it.Great, I’m happy for you.I’m glad you are feeling better.Fantastic!Great! That’s great to hear, I’m in a good mood too.It’s going to be a good day.
Are you feeling better now meaning?
It is a short form of the longer question – “Are you feeling better now?” it’s meant to ask if you are recovered or at least stable after whatever happened without being too intrusive. Similar in spirit to ‘You OK? ‘ when asked after a painful sports play or after a near miss.
What is the best 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.
What is KK in texting?
KK means “Okay.” The abbreviation KK is a short form of the expression “Okay”, used to acknowledge a message and indicate that it has been understood. KK is widely considered a safe or neutral way of acknowledging a message.
Is saying 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.
Are you feeling better or do you feel better?
You can use “are you feeling better now” from day to night, 24/7 and it implies continuity. While “Do you feel better” is fine (from a non-native speaker of English) because depression is not like a cold.
How do you feel how are you feeling?
“How are you feeling today” – The word feeling implies that the person is able to change from feeling to feeling say in physical wellbeing after an injury or illness. … “How do you feel today” – The word feel assumes the person is stuck in a feeling – How do you feel today about what happened yesterday?
How do you ask for health problems?
When we meet somebody we know it’s polite to ask a question or two about their health and their life….Asking about health / lifeHow are you?How are things?How’s things?How’s it going?How are you getting on?How have you been?What have you been (getting) up to?I hope everything’s okay?More items…
Are you feeling well meaning?
Same concept with “are you feeling well?” Usually implies you want to know their health condition. Though, most say “are you feeling okay/alright?” There are many ways to express this phrase but those are still correct.
How do you feel reply?
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.