How do you say have a good day professionally?

How do you say have a good day professionally?

Other Ways to Say “Have a Great Day” Have an awesome day! I hope your day is great! Today will be the best! Have a splendid day!১২ মার্চ, ২০২১

Where do we use the word indeed?

Use the word indeed to add emphasis to a statement. Think if it as another way to say: “That’s right,” or “Oh, yeah.” Are you seriously going to eat that entire chocolate cake? Indeed, I am.

Do you put comma after indeed?

Commas—sometimes paired with semicolons—are traditionally used to set off adverbs such as however, therefore, and indeed. When the adverb is essential to the meaning of the clause, or if no pause is intended or desired, commas are not needed.১ ফেব, ২০১৩

What do you reply when someone says good to know?

Yes, you can use “good to know” when someone tells you something useful. I (really) appreciate your comment/response. Thank you….

  • Thanks for the info/information!
  • I didn’t know that. Thanks!
  • That was useful. Thanks!

What can I say instead of good for you?

40 Ways to Say “Good for You!”

  • That’s really nice.
  • Wow! That’s great!
  • I like the way you’re working.
  • Keep up the good work.
  • That’s quite an improvement.
  • Much better.
  • Keep it up.
  • What neat work!

How do you say good to know?

It’s nice to know that. / That’s nice to know. / To know that is nice. It’s convenient to know that. / That’s convenient to know. / To know that is convenient. It’s discouraging to know that. / That’s discouraging to know. / To know that is discouraging.২৮ জুন, ২০১৩

What indeed means?

without any question

How do you say nice in a fancy way?

  1. pleasant,
  2. pleasing,
  3. satisfying,
  4. acceptable,
  5. delightful,
  6. enjoyable,
  7. pleasurable,
  8. congenial,

How do you greet someone for the first time?

Formal greetings: “How do you do?”

  1. “Hello!”
  2. “Good morning.”
  3. “Good afternoon.”
  4. “Good evening.”
  5. “It’s nice to meet you.”
  6. “It’s a pleasure to meet you.” (These last two only work when you are meeting someone for the first time.)
  7. 7. “ Hi!” ( Probably the most commonly used greeting in English)
  8. 8. “ Morning!” (

What do you say after meeting someone?

Here’s the first thing you can say when you meet someone:

  1. Hello! How are you?
  2. Hi. It’s nice to meet you.
  3. How is your day going?
  4. What do you do?
  5. Where are you from?
  6. How do you find the weather? Do you find that it’s very cold?
  7. Did you have any trouble getting here? How was the journey?
  8. What’s your role in the company?

Is there a comma after Nice to meet you?

People have been asking a good question about commas with names and salutations, so here goes: Answer: Yes, you need to use a comma between the person’s name and the greeting. (But see exceptions below.)

How do you use yes indeed in a sentence?

yes indeed in a sentence

  1. A .
  2. :: Yes indeed-this is a very deep question.
  3. She allowed that, yes indeed, they admired Roosevelt.
  4. GOVERNMENT : Yes indeed, let’s be nice.
  5. Yes indeed, all the world’s a flame.
  6. Yes indeed, those people unnerve me more than do the guns.
  7. I said, ” Yes indeed, by my father and mother!

Should I put a comma after Yes?

Do you need a comma after “yes”? The word “yes” can be an adverb, an interjection or several other parts of speech. That is, you will usually need a comma after “yes” when the word starts a sentence. Alternately, and if you really want to emphasize the word, you may follow it with a period instead.৮ অক্টোবর, ২০২০

What is another way to say nice to meet you?

Ways to Say “NICE TO MEET YOU”

  1. Pleased to meet you.
  2. It was lovely meeting you.
  3. Glad to meet you.
  4. I’ve enjoyed meeting you.
  5. It’s a pleasure to meet you.
  6. It’s very nice to meet you.
  7. How do you do?
  8. Lovely to meet you.

How do you say yes in indeed?

Indeed!” You can also say “I sure do/did” or “that’s right” or even just use “definitely!”১৯ আগস্ট, ২০২০

What do you reply to pleasure meeting you?

You can respond by saying “Nice to meet you too” or Great to meet you too or” Its my pleasure to meet you too”. Just smile and say “Nice to meet you too”, ” The pleasure is all mine” to show your gratitude.৮ মার্চ, ২০১৮

What to say instead of I wanted to let you know?

What is another word for just to let you know?

for your information FYI
I’d like to bring to your attention I’d like to notify you
it should be mentioned that just so you know
just so you’re aware so you know
for your attention for your perusal

How do you put indeed in the middle of a sentence?


  1. The meal was very expensive indeed.
  2. They were speaking very loudly indeed.
  3. The fish was very tasty indeed.
  4. ‘Bill Gates is very rich..’ ‘Yes, very rich indeed. ‘

How do you say Glad to know you?

5 “Nice to meet you” or a variation.

  1. It’s great connecting with you.
  2. Pleased to meet you.
  3. Lovely to meet you.
  4. How do you do? (Formal. Especially in Britain)
  5. Delighted to make your acquaintance. (Very formal)

Is it rude to say FYI?

“FYI” “FYI” is just rude and can easily become a tool in passive aggressive communication when forwarding an email from someone else – “FYI, you should know about this”.

Is it okay to say FYI in an email?

Fyi is commonly used, even in professional communication, to indicate that a message or a part of a message is for informational purposes only and doesn’t require any action. In formal situations, and especially in email subject lines, it’s a good idea to write fyi in all caps—it looks a bit more professional.

How do you politely say FYI?

2 Answers

  1. I’d just like to bring to your attention… + an issue / a recent discovery / an interesting fact.
  2. I would just like to update you on…
  3. I’d like to notify you that…
  4. Just so you know…
  5. Just so you’re aware…

How do you say I want in a formal way?

If it’s politeness you’re trying to achieve, you could say I would like to know. This transforms what might have been interpreted as a demand into a request. An alternative word would be enquire, such as in I would like to enquire. You can precede to know with all sorts of verbs.

Can I start a sentence with indeed?

Yes, the sentence is OK. The meaning is something like this: Is it recommended to start a sentence with “indeed” in a research paper? I don’t think “recommended” is the right choice of words—that makes it sound like you should use it whether or not it is called for—but it should be acceptable.