- Are you OK now reply?
- Do I know you is correct?
- Is do I know you rude?
- How do you respond to it’s been a while?
- What questions are considered rude?
- Why is asking rude?
- Did you know in a sentence?
- What to reply when you don’t know what to reply?
- What to reply when someone says good to see you?
- Do I know u meaning in English?
- What to say instead of DID YOU KNOW?
- How do you reply for Do I know you?
- Is whats up rude?
- What should I reply to so?
- Can we meet reply?
Are you OK now reply?
#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..
Do I know you is correct?
Do i know you . forms a present continous tense while did i know you forms a past continous tense. So, both are correct .. the uses are differnt in speech..
Is do I know you rude?
You don’t say it in a rude way, you are honestly asking if you know someone. You ask it of someone you just met at a party that you may have met before. Although this can still not look good for you if you have, in fact, met them the night before at some other party.
How do you respond to it’s been a while?
How have you been? The positive reply is usually Good, thanks, often followed by a similar question. In the UK people may say Yeah, good, thanks, and in the US people may say Real good, thanks. (You might notice that the grammatically correct Really well, thanks is not used very much in informal spoken English.)
What questions are considered rude?
As a gay man; you get a lot of rude questions:Why are you gay?Why did you choose to be gay?Do you wish you were straight?Will you be my gay BFF? I’ve always wanted someone to go shopping with.Do you think you’re going to Hell?Do you wish you were a woman?What’s anal sex like?Have you ever slept with a woman?More items…•
Why is asking rude?
Beginning an answer with the word “why” is not inherently rude; the answer could be rude because of its content, of course. This construct is definitely somewhat archaic, and I’ve seen it more often in British contexts than American.
Did you know in a sentence?
The phrase “did you know” is used when you are asking someone if they know a fact, and you already know that fact. For example, you might say “Did you know that the blue whale is the largest mammal?” where “the blue whale is the largest mammal” is a fact that you know.
What to reply when you don’t know what to reply?
So, here are 15 ways to respond and turn that “I don’t know” into an Aha moment!”This is a good place to start. … Simply use silence. … “Remember that just because you answer, doesn’t mean you need to do anything about it.”You may want to use a softener before this question: “What are you pretending not to know?”More items…•
What to reply when someone says good to see you?
Hello, the most common answer is “Nice to meet you too”. You can also say “Thank you.
Do I know u meaning in English?
Phrase. do I know you? Used to ask the interlocutor whether or not he/she has met the speaker before.
What to say instead of DID YOU KNOW?
What is another word for did you know?alivealert toawaresensiblecognizantknowledgeableconsciousattentivesentientwatchful83 more rows
How do you reply for Do I know you?
You could respond, “No, I would remember you.It hard to say without knowing the context which the statement was made.If you are at a party, that can be a pretty standard comment if someone wants to start a conversation with you.More items…
Is whats up rude?
It’s a way of telling someone else to get the conversation off and running. It also implies that you’re asking for personal details of where they’ve been, what they’ve been doing, etc. Actually, I suppose on that count it could also be considered rude, yes.
What should I reply to so?
Originally Answered: How do I respond to “So What” ? Just nicely say something simple like, “I find it distracting when we’re trying to take a test, and I’d appreciate it if you wouldn’t do it anymore.” That’s all you really have to say.
Can we meet reply?
If you are talking in person to them then youre already in a meeting with them. (i.e., if you don’t realise.) If you’re on call with them then you reply with a “NO!”