- How do you respond politely?
- What do you mean by it’s my pleasure?
- What is the reply of so nice of you?
- When to say it’s my pleasure?
- What can I say instead of you’re welcome?
- Can I say it was a pleasure meeting you?
- Is it rude to say you’re welcome?
- Can I say it was my pleasure?
- What should be the reply of my pleasure?
- How do you respond when someone says it’s a pleasure to work with you?
- What is another way to say my pleasure?
- What is the reply of welcome?
- What is reply for thank you?
- Was a pleasure working with you?
How do you respond politely?
Well, there are lots of things you could say but one of the most common is: My pleasure.
It’s been a pleasure.
The pleasure’s all mine….You’re welcome.Go ahead.
Be my guest.My pleasure.That’s very kind of you.You shouldn’t have..
What do you mean by it’s my pleasure?
—used as a response to someone who has thanked one for doing something to say that one was happy to do it”Thanks for your help.” “(It was) My pleasure.”
What is the reply of so nice of you?
“Thank you” is the only one that is possible, in my opinion. “You don’t say (it)” sounds rude. (I am not sure why ‘it’ is there), and “It doesn’t matter” sounds as if you don’t care what the other person thinks. “Thank you” isn’t what I would say, but it’s the only one that would work.
When to say it’s my pleasure?
You can say ‘It’s a pleasure’ or ‘My pleasure’ as a polite way of replying to someone who has just thanked you for doing something. ‘Thanks very much anyhow. ‘—’It’s a pleasure. … ‘—’My pleasure.
What can I say instead of you’re welcome?
Instead, of YOU ARE WELCOME, you may try these:Any time !My pleasure !The pleasure is mine !Oh – don’t mention it !No mention please !Most welcome !Glad to have been of help !Hey ! That’s just nothing !More items…
Can I say it was a pleasure meeting you?
Although both can be used post-departure, if you have just met someone and want to express a polite formality at the time, then “it was a pleasure meeting you” is the correct response.
Is it rude to say you’re welcome?
When the phrase is exclaimed in the absence of thanks, as comedians have made popular, it is obviously rude. When used graciously, “you’re welcome” is a perfectly polite form of expression.
Can I say it was my pleasure?
Answer. “My pleasure” is an idiomatic response to “Thank you.” It is similar to “You’re welcome,” but more polite and more emphatic. … You can also use the longer form, “It was my pleasure,” which means the same thing.
What should be the reply of my pleasure?
Originally Answered: If someone told me “it’s my pleasure,” what should I say to him? Typically, someone says “it was my pleasure” after the person they’re talking with says “thank you”. It’s another way of saying “you’re welcome.” Therefore, after this exchange, there’s no further response needed.
How do you respond when someone says it’s a pleasure to work with you?
I enjoyed working with you. If someone said “I am so pleased to meet you” then “me too” is too informal a response. But you could say “Likewise!” to mean that you were pleased to have met him/her.
What is another way to say my pleasure?
What is another word for my pleasure?don’t mention itit’s my pleasureforget itit’s the least I could doit was nothingyou are welcomeit’s no troubleyou’re more than welcomedon’t be sillyit’s nothing17 more rows
What is the reply of welcome?
“Welcome,” a good response is, “Thank you!” If one of you says, “Thank you!” first, one of the appropriate responses is, “You’re welcome.” Other responses might include, “Don’t mention it.” “It was nothing.”
What is reply for thank you?
No worries. Don’t mention it. My pleasure.
Was a pleasure working with you?
The common phrase is, “It has been a great pleasure working with you.” This will be used in most situations, especially at the end of a working relationship. The common phrase is, “It has been a great pleasure working with you.” This will be used in most situations, especially at the end of a working relationship.