- What word can I use instead of just?
- How do you say wondering formally?
- How do you say just to clarify politely?
- What’s another way to say I was wondering?
- What to say instead of just wanted to let you know?
- What can I say instead of I want?
- What can I say instead of some?
- What is another word for wanting something badly?
- What can I use instead of and in a sentence?
- How do you say let you know professionally?
- How do you say just so you know politely?
- How do you say I was wondering in an email?
- How do you use I was wondering in a sentence?
What word can I use instead of just?
justadj.fair, impartial.adj.accurate, precise.adj.suitable, appropriate.adv.definitely.adv.only now.adv.merely..
How do you say wondering formally?
If so, then just be direct and say, “Please do xxx by (date and time).” Most professionals appreciate direct requests rather than convoluted questions starting with, “I was wondering — if you have time, of course — if you might possibly do me the favor of doing…..” Direct requests get results; long-winded questions …
How do you say just to clarify politely?
Tips for asking for clarificationAdmit you need clarification. Admitting you need more information makes the next step much easier for the person you ask. … Don’t blame the other person. Own your confusion. … Summarize. … Be specific.
What’s another way to say I was wondering?
Some of the many alternatives are: Would it be possible to give me … ? Do you think you might give me … ? I would be most grateful if you could give me … .
What to say instead of just wanted to let you know?
What is another word for just to let you know?for your informationFYII’d like to bring to your attentionI’d like to notify youit should be mentioned thatjust so you knowjust so you’re awareso you knowfor your attentionfor your perusal
What can I say instead of I want?
What is another word for want to?aspiredesirewantexpectpursueseekaim foraim todesire tohope for54 more rows
What can I say instead of some?
What is another word for wanting something badly?
hope; languish; long for; pine; to want something very badly; yearn; have one’s heart set on.
What can I use instead of and in a sentence?
Other Conjunctions I like Brian May, yet I find his hair ridiculous. “Yet” can often replace “but” in a sentence without changing anything else, as both are coordinating conjunctions that can introduce a contrast.
How do you say let you know professionally?
The phrase let you know typically refers to the act of informing someone. Here’s a list of synonyms for inform….What is another word for let you know?telladviseupskilltell aboutupdate onnotify ofsay todisciplinepredicaterest174 more rows
How do you say just so you know politely?
just so you know / synonymsi want you to know. phr.just know. phr.i just want you to know. phr.i wanted you to know. phr.i need you to know. phr.for your information. phr.i just wanted you to know. phr.just for the record. phr.More items…
How do you say I was wondering in an email?
I was wondering if … ? Instead, say: “What are your thoughts on…?” or “I’m writing to see if …?” Does that make sense? Instead, say: “Please let me know if you have any questions.”
How do you use I was wondering in a sentence?
Next weekend. I was wondering if you fancied coming along for the ride. We were finally talking about bodies. I was wondering whether he would ever make a move.