Quick Answer: What Do You Reply After Sure?

Is sure rude?

Sure… not rude, but annoying.

Once a person uses sure, you can pretty much expect it in front of most replies..

Will catch you later reply?

this phrase ” catch you later ” is only intended for a short duration of time if possible within the day that you saw the person. for your friend who will be returning after 2 weeks – It would be proper to say ” See you soon”. … Hi the phrase “catch you later” means that I will see you later, yes you are correct.

Does sure thing mean you’re welcome?

In the United States, in a mid-Western regional colloquial usage, or “in the countryside” in general (as in anywhere in the U.S. that is non-urban), the expression “sure thing” can replace “you’re welcome”. This is very casual usage though.

What is the correct response to Top of the morning to you?

It’s an Irish expression and means “the best of the morning to you” and an appropriate reply is “And the rest of the day to you”.

What is the reply of sure?

(I “sounded” like I did not mind, but I technically said I minded.) That being said, native speakers do say “Sure!” as a reply, meaning “I don’t mind.” and it is taken as “No.” without causing any confusion. However, according to Longman American English dictionary, (“Sure”) is used to say “yes” to someone.

Can I reply thank you with sure?

while “you’re welcome” is the standard response for ‘thank you’, you can also say, “my pleasure” or “don’t mention it” or “no problem” or just what you’ve mentioned – “sure”.

What does alright mean in texting?

all rightIn a nutshell, alright means “fine” or “satisfactory”: “Are the kids alright on that Ferris wheel?” You can use it to show that you agree with something someone said: “Oh alright, I get it.” This one-word spelling of “all right” is okay when texting with your friends, but don’t use it when you are looking to impress, …

What do you reply for see you later?

Most people reply to “See you soon” with: – “See you later.” – another “See you soon.” – or just “See you.”

What is the reply for see you tomorrow?

You say, “okay” or “see you tomorrow” or “see you then”. Something non-committal that matches an appropriate response to what they said first to you. This is a polite way to manage a relationship.

Is it rude to say yep?

So yeah, just saying ‘no’ would appear rude since that’s not how ‘no’ is typically used. In an email people would think that ‘Yep’ is snide or rude. … “‘Yep’ is the same number of letters as ‘yes’ but ‘yes’ is formal and you use it when emailing your boss or colleague so they don’t think you’re too laidback,” he said.

What does sure mean from a guy?

Yeah, okaySure means “Yeah, okay.” or “I guess so, nothing else going on” etc. It basically means they may not be thrilled to do what you invited them for, but they’re going along with it. It doesn’t always mean that they hate you or hate the activity.

What should I reply after alright?

It means hello. If we want to know if you’re alright, we’ll say “how are you?” If we’re asking if you’re alright, we’re saying hello.

Is sure thing rude?

Interjection. (informal) A polite reply to thank you. “Thanks a lot for your help.” / “Sure thing!”

Are you there reply?

Depending if you want to talk to them or let them know that you’re listening, you could reply with casual phrases e.g “yeah”, “yeah, I’m here”, “I’m listening” or change the word ‘yeah’ to ‘yes’ to make it somewhat polite. If you don’t want to talk to them well…

Is sure a yes?

Sure is used as “yes,” though it never means “yes.” Sure is a thumbs up to your face, and a jerkoff motion behind your back.

Is it rude to say yeah?

There’s nothing rude about “yeah”. It’s the normal affirmative word in English and all native speakers use it, even those who complain about it. In “yeah right”, using “yeah” is mandatory. You can’t replace it with “yes” in this instance.

How do you respond when someone says hello?

“How are you?” is a popular way to respond and keep the conversation going. You may want to add a simple “hello” to your response just to acknowledge the person, like “Hi there! How are you?” or “Hey man.