How do you respond if someone says 'my pleasure'?
This is an easy one YOU'RE WELCOME! Else You could say - My Pleasure
No. The correct phrase is "the pleasure is all mine", but this is not an appropriate response to "thank you". "The pleasure is all mine" is a polite and gracious response that can be used when the other person indicates pleasure. For example, if someone says, "It was a pleasure talking to you" or "It was a pleasure meeting you", you can respond with "The pleasure was all mine." If someone says "thank you", the… Read More
The pleasure is mine. This is a good way to respond when someone says that it's nice to meet you (In Spanish).
You respond with the same, 'Shabbat shalom'.
thanks When some says to you, " My pleasure. " it is usually a response to you having said Thank You. No further response is necessary.
After being introduced to someone in Spanish, you would respond: Mucho gusto. This is the equivalent of: It is a pleasure.
Its all right
my pleasure(if you like them or something)
thank you !!
If someone says "it's been a pleasure talking to you," they mean "it was nice talking to you and I enjoyed it."
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I would say "Thanks".
merry Christmas to you also
Say "ola" back or "hi".
Say "It's a pleasure to help." Or "You're welcome."
You should say "Thank you" when someone says this to you.
There is no need to reply, if someone says "it's my pleasure", it will be in response to you thanking them for something. Their response closes the conversation.
The person has said he (or she) likes you. If you like him (or her) you can respond, "Me gustas tambien."
When someone rudely tells you they are not talking to you shrug your shoulders; walk away and ignore the person.
The accepted proper way to respond to a person expressing their sympathy for your loss (as far as "etiquette" goes) is to simply say "Thank You".
You do what the restraining order says. So, if it says pay someone, you pay them. If it says to do something, you do it. If it says to stop doing something, you stop doing it. If it says appear somewhere to explain something, then you appear and explain.
It means that you think about things in depth, and you consider what you are saying. It's usually used when someone says a profound comment that makes another person have to think deeply before they respond.
During ceremony, Bishop will say your Confirmatyion name and say +Be sealed with the gift of the Holy spirit+ then you respond "Amen" He then says "Peace be with you" and you respond "and with your spirit"
There is a knock at your hotel room door from someone who says he is from room service how should you respond?
Tell the person to return it to the front desk
The verb of pleasure is please. As in "to please someone".
The verb form of pleasure is please. As in "to please someone or oneself".
Point out that SILENCE is also a virtue and if they don't shut the hell up they will become a patient !!
This phrase means "living the crazy life". You can respond any way you want.
If you like them arrange to meeet, if your worried then just ignore it.you are in control of the situation...
RESPOND: To answer or react to something. For example, When someone calls your name you RESPOND by looking to see who called you. Or you RESPOND verbally by saying "I am here!". When someone writes you a letter you RESPOND by sending a letter back to them.
yes. "to pleasure someone". generally used in a sexual context
Well, since "hola" means "hello," you can respond by saying something like "hola" back. If someone that you just met says this, you could respond with "Hola. Me llamo (your name). ¿Cómo te llamas?" This means "Hi, my name is (your name). What's your name?"
When people taste food they like, the taste buds will send signals to the brain. The pleasure receptors respond with the pleasure part of the brain.
During ceremony, when bishop says +Be sealed with the gift of the Holy spirit+ then you respond "Amen" He then says "Peace be with you" and you respond "and also with you"
Do people who are shy and deep in thought hesitate to respond when someone they like says goodnight to them and may end up responding to the next person who says it instead?
Absolutely!!!People who are shy worry so much about impressing the person they like,that when that person says something to them they freeze.They don't worry about the next person so naturally they'll respond to them.Even if it is something as simple as "goodnight."
Respond how you want-- Same to you! (said cheerfully) Happy New Year! Peace to you and yours. Have a wonderful day and blessed year. Hope it's cinnamon! (play on words: season ... seasoning) Thank you!
Yes, have you ever heard a parakeet repeat something someone says well if they couldn't hear well they wouldn't respond right? Right.
It means "It's Ok" or "not too bad" in French You respond with this after someone says "Comment ça va?" -meaning "How's it going?"
I'ts kinda obvious you say... Thank you. Another response would be.."I appreciate that you noticed! I'm trying very hard."
It can be either one, depending on your meaning. You would "respond to" a question or comment directed at you. You would "respond for" someone else who cannot respond for themselves.
To take pleasure in something means to enjoy it. To take pleasure in someone means to enjoy their company and delight in them.
No. God takes pleasure rather, in the times we believe in him, as the Bible says about Enoch, in Hebrews 11.5,6
This is starting to get boring but all my boyfriend says is yep...ya lol and then that's pretty much it then goodnight love you someone please respond?
email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Nobody knows what love is until you find someone that give you a new feeling that you have never felt before. Someone who you can really say you love and mean it. You'll know.
He says "You are my life now"
The word delight can be a noun as in a joy or a pleasure. It can also be a verb as in to give pleasure or joy to someone.
When someone thanks you. You can then say "It's my pleasure," or say "You're welcome."
You answer, " You too! ".
They do respond to stimuli how else do the reprduce to more of them and get someone sick???
The person is thanking you for something nice you said or did for them and you should simply say, 'You're welcome' or, 'It's my pleasure.'