How do we use welcome?
After someone thanks you, the correct phrase is “you’re welcome,” not “you’re welcomed.” In the previous example, welcome is used as an adjective. Welcome can also serve as a verb (We welcome the summer!) or as an interjection (Welcome!), usually stated when greeting someone.
How do you ask for a prompt reply?
“As this matter is urgent, I would appreciate a reply as soon as possible.” “I would be grateful for your prompt reply.” “I look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible.” “I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.” (Slightly old-fashioned.)
What means prompt reply?
(a) prompt (response, reply): (a) swift, quick, efficient, speedy, immediate (response, reply) adjective. I would appreciate a prompt reply so that I can take action immediately. I expect a reply within the next day.
What is De nada mean?
of nothing : you’re welcome
Is De nada formal?
Great! To be perfectly clear, saying de nada is completely fine! You can use it with your friends or with your boss, regardless if you are in a formal or informal setting.
How do you say no hay de que?
This phrase is considered to be a standard and more formal expression than other Spanish phrases that have the same meaning. ‘No hay de que’ is closer in meaning to ‘there’s no need’ or ‘you’re very welcome’….Using ‘No Hay De Qué’ in a Sentence.
|Tú: ¡Muchas gracias!||You: Thank you very much!|
Is De nada one word?
De nada (two words, not one) means you’re welcome as in after Thank you.
How does De nada mean you’re welcome?
“De nada” means (literally) that there’s nothing to be thankful about. “No hay nada que agradecer”. It’s semantically similar to “not at all”, but it can also be correctly translated to “You’re welcome”.
Does De nada mean no problem?
In Spanish, what is the difference between “De Nada” and “No problema”? “De nada” means “you’re welcome” in response to someone saying “thank you”. “De nada” is the Spanish equivalent of ”Don’t mention it” or “ No problem”. “No problema” (or sometimes “no problemo”) is not Spanish.
Is it OK to say no problem?
4 Answers. No problem is more suitable in situations where someone says sorry to you. They made a mistake, which you didn’t like, and if they said sorry, you can say no problem. When someone is thanking you for something, you can say you’re welcome.
Is it TE NADA or de nada?
The phrase you probably heard is de nada, literally “of nothing.” It is the standard reply to ¡Gracias! (thank you) and is usually translated “You’re welcome.”
How do you say no problem?
“No problem. It’s the least I could do.”…What is another word for no problem?
|it’s all right||it’s nothing|
|you’re welcome||all good|
|don’t worry about it||it’s all good|
|it’s fine||no biggie|
|don’t mention it||my pleasure|
What we can say instead of welcome?
Based on who you ask, there are at least 10 ways to say “you’re welcome” in English. In addition to saying my preferred, “It was my pleasure,” you also can say “Not a problem,” “Anytime,” “Don’t mention it,” “you got it,” or “sure,” among others. But, the use of each one is up to you.