- How do you say it’s OK formally?
- What is ambivalent mean?
- What does I’m not sure mean?
- How do you say I know in other ways?
- How do you say I’m not sure in polite way?
- Is OK or its ok?
- Is it OK to say understand?
- What is OK short for?
- How do you say I think in another way?
- What can I say instead of I believe?
- What can I say instead of I guess?
- Are you OK with formal?
- Is sure informal?
- What can I say instead of I also?
How do you say it’s OK formally?
It can be used sometimes in formal conversations, but not in writing.
Some words you can use in it’s place are “acceptable”, “all right”, or “decent”.
It mostly depends on the context.
If you look up synonyms for “Ok”, you can find a lot more ways to say it..
What is ambivalent mean?
: having or showing simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings toward something or someone : characterized by ambivalence … people whose relationship to their job is ambivalent, conflicted.—
What does I’m not sure mean?
‘I’m not sure’ is another variation of “I don’t know” Sure – meaning yes, to confirm, or to be certain. With ‘I’m not sure’ you are saying you are not certain of the answer to the question or ‘I don’t know’ An alternative can be: “I’m not certain”
How do you say I know in other ways?
You can do that by saying:OK / Alright / Sure.Got it.OK, I get it now / That’s clear, thank you.Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense.Of course / Absolutely.I appreciate why you think that, but…I hear what you’re saying, but…When You Understand Someone’s Feelings:More items…•
How do you say I’m not sure in polite way?
Ways of saying you are not sure – thesaurusperhaps. adverb. used for saying that you are not certain about something, or that something may or may not be true.maybe. adverb. … presumably. adverb. … reportedly. adverb. … rumour/word/legend has it that. phrase. … it/that depends. phrase. … not that I’m aware of. phrase. … I dare say. phrase.More items…
Is OK or its ok?
Originally Answered: Which is right: it’s ok or its ok? The right phrase is “that’s OK” instead of “it’s OK” which means a polite request. It is a polite way of saying don’t do something. Whereas, “it’s OK” means “I don’t mind you did it or said something”.
Is it OK to say understand?
Why Saying “I Understand” is Arrogant On the face of it, the statement “I understand” is the perfect expression of empathy. … The feeling of being truly understood is, by definition, something that must come from the one who is understood—not from the one doing the understanding.
What is OK short for?
by How It Works Team · 26/09/2013. OK stands for ‘oll korrect’, or ‘ole kurreck’, and comes from an abbreviation trend which was popular in Boston, MA, back in the 1830s. Other popular abbreviations at the time were NG, (‘no go’), GT (‘gone to Texas’) and SP (‘small potatoes’).
How do you say I think in another way?
There are many different ways of saying thoughts in English….Ways to Say I THINK.In my opinion…I believe…In my point of view…I consider…If you ask me…To me…As far as I can tell…From my point of view…To my mind…It is my view…5 more rows
What can I say instead of I believe?
What is another word for I believe?presumablydoubtlessdoubtlesslyI assumeI expectI imagineI presumeI supposecrediblehypothetically94 more rows
What can I say instead of I guess?
What is another word for I guess?presumablydoubtlessI believeI expectI imagineI presumeI supposecrediblehypotheticallyI dare say94 more rows
Are you OK with formal?
A slight correction, normally we would say “Is it okay with you if…” If you are trying to get a bit more formal, you could say “Would it be alright with you if…” or “Would it be possible for me to take it…”
Is sure informal?
Both sure and surely are used as intensifying adverbs with the sense “undoubtedly, certainly.” In this use, sure is generally informal and occurs mainly in speech and written representations of speech: She sure dazzled the audience with her acceptance speech.
What can I say instead of I also?
other words for alsoagain.further.likewise.more.still.too.besides.additionally.