What would be a positive reply to te kanis in Greek?
"kala" meaning "good" or "well"
There are no Irish words for yes or no. But you can reply in a positive way that is taken as a yes answer, or a negative way for a no answer, examples: to reply to a question such as, Do you understand? In Irish that would be: an dtuigeann tú? your reply would be, understand In Iris that would be: tuigim for a negative responce to the same question, I don't understand. In Irish…
"Witty" means clever or smart. A witty reply would be one that is clever - usually, a witty reply is humorous. Sometimes, a witty reply would just be one that was thought up very quickly in answer to a difficult question. Someone who is known for witty replies would be a good conversationalist, and usually popular at parties.
Most bands with large fanbases, such as Paramore, do not reply to fanmail. This is simply because there is so much fanmail, if they took time to reply to everyone(which they would have to do, you can't just reply to one person) they would not have any time to tour, write albums, or do anything else really.
As with other invitations, you reply to a Christening invitation in the same mode that it was delivered to you. For example, if you received a Christening invitation in the mail, then you would reply by mail, usually by returning the response card that was included with the invitation. If the invitation was extended to you through a telephone call, then you would likewise reply with your acceptance or regrets via a phone call. An…
Depending on the circumstances, a reply may not be necessary. If you fell that a reply would be appropriate, base your reply one the circumstances of the departure and the content of the thank you letter. Be sincere and say what you feel but don't go too far. If you don't have anything good to say, don't reply.
If you are saying: "Is it OK to say 'That would be I'?", it depends on context. If it was in response to the question, say: 'Who's parked on the pavement?', your reply would most likely (if it was the case!): 'That would be me.' But if the question was: 'What is the 1st person singular in English?', you could reply: 'That would be 'I''.