- What does t/o mean in texting?
- What is the use of to in a sentence?
- Where do we use too in a sentence?
- How do you say all the best?
- Is it the same to rude?
- What does same with me mean?
- What do you reply to all the best?
- Is it correct to say all the very best?
- Do the same to or with?
- What is another way to say same to you?
- Can I say same to you too?
- What is best reply for thank you?
- What’s the meaning of same here?
- What is the meaning of same to you too?
- Which is correct you to or you too?
- Which is correct Same to you or same with you?
What does t/o mean in texting?
Time OutTO means “Time Out”..
What is the use of to in a sentence?
To is a preposition and a versatile little word that can be used to say many things. You can use it to indicate a goal or a direction of movement, as well as a place of arrival. That’s the way you use it when you say you’re going to class tomorrow.
Where do we use too in a sentence?
“Too” is an adverb that substitutes for “also”, or shows an excessive degree.She is fast and strong, too.He, too, wrote a book.It’s time to have your cake and eat it, too.The sauna is way too hot for me.Nov 19, 2020
How do you say all the best?
GOOD LUCK Sayings!Wish you all the best!Wish you the best of luck!Good luck with that!Best of luck!I wish you luck!Wishing you lots of luck!Fingers crossed!Break a leg!More items…•Jan 25, 2021
Is it the same to rude?
The same comment applies to you. (This can be a polite or a rude comment.)
What does same with me mean?
“Same with me” is used to state that your are in a similar situation. Example. Bob: I haven’t slept the past 3 days! Mark: Same with me! Both can often be used interchangeably.
What do you reply to all the best?
Yes, you can say “you too,” but that’s usually if you’re good friends with the person, like a good friend or a best friend. A couple of other responses you can do are: “Thanks/thank you, you too.” This is a great thing to say to anyone, even if you don’t know them that well.
Is it correct to say all the very best?
It’s not technically grammatically correct, however it is an English idiom (at least for some English speaking peoples). Usually you will hear it said in the way: “All the very best to you!” The ‘very best’ being: ‘best wishes’ or ‘best of health’, ‘best of luck’ etc.
Do the same to or with?
We may do the same with a certain person or thing. Also we could say, “It is the same case with a certain thing or person.” to mean what has been said earlier applies to this thing or person too.
What is another way to say same to you?
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Can I say same to you too?
Same to you, too. Both are correct. However, the former is far more usual and idiomatic than the latter as the use of the “too” is redundant in this phrase. 6 When you wish the same thing to somebody as they wish to you, you usually say “Same to you”.
What is best reply for thank you?
10 English Phrases for Responding to “Thank You”You’re welcome.No problem.No worries.Don’t mention it.My pleasure.Anytime.It was the least I could do.Glad to help.More items…
What’s the meaning of same here?
—used to say that one thinks, feels, or wants the same thing as someone else “I’m tired.” “Same here.””I’ll have a coffee.” “Same here, please.”
What is the meaning of same to you too?
informal. used as an answer to someone who has greeted or insulted you in order to wish the same thing to them: “Have a good holiday!” “Same to you!” (= I hope you have a good holiday too.)
Which is correct you to or you too?
These two homonyms (words that sound alike or are spelt the same but have a different meaning) are often confused. “Too” usually means “also.” “You to… “ is incorrect. There should be a verb after “you” and “to” should begin a prepositional phrase.
Which is correct Same to you or same with you?
“Same to you” means “I’m saying to you what you just said to me.” It tends to be used when you want to be rude. Someone says “Go jump in a lake” and you can say “Same to you, buddy.” “Same with you” is a question and means “are you in the same situation?” It’s used less often and is a little less natural sounding.