- What can I say instead of not a problem?
- How do you say Don’t worry politely?
- How do you say no nicely?
- What can I say instead of no worries at work?
- Is sure rude?
- Is it polite to say no problem?
- Is it OK to say no worries in an email?
- How do you say it’s OK politely?
- Why is saying no problem bad?
- What’s another way to say no worries?
- Is it correct to say no worries?
- How do you say no worries professionally?
- Is saying no problem unprofessional?
- How do you say it’s OK formally?
- How do you say no in a positive way?
What can I say instead of not a problem?
Contrast “Not a problem” with these phrases in response to “Thank you”:You are welcome.You are very welcome.My pleasure.Our pleasure.It’s a pleasure.Happy to help.I am always happy to help.We are happy to serve you.More items….
How do you say Don’t worry politely?
Please leave the worry to me. I will take care of it. Please done trouble yourself. Now it is my baby….Some examples are:You can be in a state of ease.You need not stress / You can be stress free.It’s nothing to bother about.It’s not a matter of concern anymore.It won’t be a nuisance anymore.
How do you say no nicely?
How to Say No: A Guide to Saying No Politely1 Cushion it with kindness or a compliment. … 2 Give your reasons. … 3 Be brief, but not brusque. … 4 Leave the door cracked. … 5 Offer an alternative.
What can I say instead of no worries at work?
Instead of “No problem/No worries,” try “I’d be pleased to” or “Certainly” When you use “No worries” or “No problem” as I do, the phrase can actually have the opposite effect. Once you say there is no worry or no problem, the recipient may hear that there actually was an underlying issue to be concerned about.
Is sure rude?
If asked a question that would warrant a “yes “ or “no” answer saying sure could be seen as being rude. Usually it means the person didn’t understand the question and instead of asking for clarity or for the question to be repeated they would say “sure”. … Sure… not rude, but annoying.
Is it polite to say no problem?
From their perspective, saying “no problem” means that whatever they’re thanking someone for was in fact a problem, but the other person did it anyway as a personal favor. To them “You’re welcome” is the standard polite response.
Is it OK to say no worries in an email?
The simple answer is it doesn’t really matter what words are used; it’s how you say it. You can use no problem or no worries or anything else that you like to say to let the person know that it is not a big deal.
How do you say it’s OK politely?
Don’t worry about it, are you fine/allright? “That’s alright” is a perfectly fine and polite response. and that’s it.
Why is saying no problem bad?
A Case Against The Phrase ‘No Problem’ : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture Commentator Alva Noë says “no problem” is the wrong way to reply to an expression of thanks — for the simple reason that saying “thank you” isn’t, or shouldn’t be, a veiled way of making an apology.
What’s another way to say no worries?
What is another word for no worries?it’s nothingdon’t mention itno problemno probsnot at allthink nothing of ityou’re welcomemy pleasureit’s a pleasure
Is it correct to say no worries?
No worries. It’s always plural. Or, you may say No problem which is always singular. “No worries” is correct.
How do you say no worries professionally?
You: No worries ( or no problem) Ted, I figured things out pretty quickly. Thank you, Ted. In general either Thank you or You’re welcome will work instead of no problem.
Is saying no problem unprofessional?
In other words, it can be a disingenuous phatic expression said reflexively. Other terms of politeness, including “no problem,” are also commonly used in this way. The fact is “you’re welcome” and “no problem” aren’t all that different. They can be sincere replies or reflexive expressions of politeness.
How do you say it’s OK formally?
It can be used sometimes in formal conversations, but not in writing. Some words you can use in it’s place are “acceptable”, “all right”, or “decent”. It mostly depends on the context. If you look up synonyms for “Ok”, you can find a lot more ways to say it.
How do you say no in a positive way?
Here are 10 ways for you to say ‘NO’ in a polite manner:I’m honoured but I can’t.I wish there were two of me. … Sorry, I’m booked into something else right now. … Sadly, I have something else. … No, thank you but it sounds lovely, so next time. … I’m not taking anything else right now.More items…•