What do you say after thank you?
10 English Phrases for Responding to “Thank You”
- You’re welcome.
- No problem.
- No worries.
- Don’t mention it.
- My pleasure.
- It was the least I could do.
- Glad to help.
How do you feel when someone thanks?
If we include such thank yous as ironic ones, we can really round out the list.
- exalted (you were helpful to someone of higher status)
- smug (you feel superior)
- virtuous (the gratitude of others affirms your belief that you are good)
- used (“thank you” from a moocher)
- surprised (by someone who hasn’t thanked before)
What does anyways mean in text?
Anyways is the slang version of anyway and should never be used in formal writing. In fact, your English teacher will circle it in red pen and take points off if you use it. Adverbs can never be plural, so the “s” at the end is incorrect.
How do you say anyway politely?
all the same
- at any rate.
- be that as it may.
- in any case.
- just the same.
Is there a comma after anyways?
If “anyway” is being used as a conjunctive adverb, whether you need a comma before it depends on its place in the sentence. The word takes no comma before it if placed at the beginning or end of a sentence. If, however, it comes in between the subject and verb of the sentence, you do need a comma before “anyway.”
How do you say I’m so grateful?
For those times where a simple, heartfelt reminder of your gratitude is all that’s needed, these will do the trick:
- I appreciate what you did.
- Thank you for thinking of me.
- Thank you for your time today.
- I value and respect your opinion.
- I am so thankful for what you did.
- I wanted to take the time to thank you.
Why should we be thankful for life?
When you’re grateful for the things in your life, even if it’s something as simple as a beautiful sunset, it gives you more self-esteem. This means that you will be more confident and less worried about comparing yourself to others. Being grateful is contagious and others will want to be grateful just like you!
Is anyways a real word?
Still, anyways is generally accepted only in colloquial speech or informal writing. It is synonymous with anyway, or it can mean “to any degree at all.” In a 2009 New York Times article, journalist Clyde Haberman used anyways. It is a word—a nonstandard, colloquial, informal word—that some people won’t like to see.
What does thank you all the same mean?
The idiom is “Thank you all the same” or “Thank you just the same.” It means “I thank you even though you didn’t give me anything.” The idea is he is thanking you the same as he would if you had given him something.