- How do you say something in a nice way?
- What do you say after I’m good?
- How do you say I want more?
- How do you say I really want something?
- What can I say instead of I like it?
- How do you say I’m good in another way?
- What is a fancy word for enjoy?
- How do I say I want formally?
- How do you say I want in different ways?
- How do you say I like the idea?
- How do you say what I like?
- What to say instead of it’s fine?
- How do you say I don’t like?
- Can I say I’m good?
How do you say something in a nice way?
5 Tips for Polite and Diplomatic LanguageListen and be understanding.
Avoid negative words – instead use positive words in a negative form.
Say the magic word: Sorry.
Use little words to soften your statements.
Avoid ‘finger pointing’ statements with the word ‘you’.
What do you say after I’m good?
4 Better Ways to Respond to “How Are You?” than “I’m Good”My day has been great so far. [ Give a reason why] When you’re genuinely enthusiastic, it’s truly difficult for others to resist your good mood. … I’ll be honest—I’ve had better days. Hopefully, tomorrow will be better! … Good, thank you. I’m just [appreciating/looking forward to]… … Hmmm… productive.
How do you say I want more?
i want more / synonymsi want anything. phr.wants more. phr.want some more. phr.would like nothing. phr.wants something. phr.needs some more. phr.wants some more. phr.longer wish. phr.More items…
How do you say I really want something?
Synonymswant. verb. to feel that you would like to have, keep, or do something.wish. verb. to want something to happen although it is unlikely.hope. verb. to want and expect something to happen or be true.look for. phrasal verb. to hope to get something that you want or need.long. verb. … aspire. verb. … crave. verb. … lust after. phrasal verb.More items…
What can I say instead of I like it?
How to Say “I Like It and “I Don’t Like It” in Different Ways in EnglishI enjoy it.I love it.I am passionate about it.I am fond of it.I am a fan of it.I am interested in it.I am into it.
How do you say I’m good in another way?
10 expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing:I’m fine thank you.I feel great / marvellous / fine.Couldn’t be better.Fit as a fiddle.Very well, thanks.Okay.Alright.Not bad.More items…
What is a fancy word for enjoy?
like, love, be fond of, be entertained by, be amused by, be pleased by, find pleasure in, take pleasure in, be keen on, delight in, appreciate, rejoice in, relish, revel in, adore, lap up, savour, luxuriate in, bask in, wallow in, glory in.
How do I say I want formally?
“Would like” is a polite way to say “I want” in English. For example: “I want to buy a ticket” is impolite because “I want” sounds selfish and arrogant.
How do you say I want in different ways?
1. Different ways to say “I want”I could really do with … This phrase is almost like “I need.” … I feel like … … I’m in the mood for … … I really fancy … … I’d kill for … … I’m dying for … … I’m up for … … I’m really into …More items…•
How do you say I like the idea?
Other ways to say “I like it”I adore it.I can’t get enough of it.I didn’t like it at first but now I do.I fancy it/ him/ her.I just love it.I like it.I like the idea of it.I love doing it and I don’t want to stop.More items…•
How do you say what I like?
The different expressions are :I’m into it : when you are interested in an activity. … I’m keen on it : you are interested in something and want to learn more about it. … I’m fond of it : … It appeals to me : … It goes down well : … It’s to my liking : … I’m partial to : … I’m crazy/mad/passionate about :More items…
What to say instead of it’s fine?
it’s fine / synonymsthat’s good. phr.all is well. phr.that’s okay. phr.everything is fine. phr.that’s all right. phr.everything is all right. phr.that’s great. phr.that’s awesome. phr.More items…
How do you say I don’t like?
Easy English Phrases for Politely Saying You Don’t Like SomethingI dislike it. This is a formal way of saying “I don’t like it”. … I don’t appreciate it. … I’m disinterested in it. … I’m not into it. … I’m not fond of it. … I’m not crazy about it. … It doesn’t tickle my fancy. … It’s not for me.More items…
Can I say I’m good?
Therefore, “I’m good,” is a proper response. “I’m well” is also allowed but not for the reasons many think. That response only works if “well” takes on its adjectival form, meaning “in good health” or “good or satisfactory.”