Table of Contents
- 1 How do you respond to great going?
- 2 How do you reply when someone responds late?
- 3 Did you sleep well last night reply?
- 4 How do you respond to how’s your night?
- 5 How do you reply to how’s your day?
- 6 How’s your day going so far meaning?
- 7 Should I text again if no reply?
- 8 Should I reply late if she replies late?
- 9 Did you sleep well or did you sleep good?
- 10 What time do you go to bed answer?
- 11 Is it correct to ask how was your night?
- 12 How was your day reply?
- 13 How to write a great short answer response?
- 14 How to write a short answer Response ( SAR )?
- 15 When do you need a review response template?
- 16 Which is an example of a good response?
- 17 What’s the proper response to ” how was Your Night?
- 18 What should be included in a short answer response?
- 19 What are my personal responses to night by Elie Wiesel?
How do you respond to great going?
Technically, “going good” is incorrect grammar; you should use “going well”, so “It is going well” is the proper response. You are right, that is very common here.
How do you reply when someone responds late?
I’m touched that you’re so deep in your empathy that you can’t even pull it together enough to text back. its cool I’ll wait. i love that super cute thing you do where you don’t text me back. gah!
Did you sleep well last night reply?
“Yes, very well thank you.” Is perfectly sufficient. It would also be polite to inquire if they likewise have had a good night’s sleep. If you didn’t enjoy a good night’s sleep, it would be normal to respond with something like.
How do you respond to how’s your night?
How’s your night going? Yes, it’s perfectly fine to say “good”. Or you can say “fine”, or “I’m having a good (or ‘nice’ or ‘great’) time!”
How do you reply to how’s your day?
Or, other replies are~ (How’s your day) “It’s been great, and yours?” “It’s been good, yours?” (How’s it going) “I’m well, how about you?” “It’s going great, what about you?” ^ these are all happy/positive replies, but you can also say “I’ve had better days” or “It’s not been great..”
How’s your day going so far meaning?
As noted, ” How’s it been– your day, so far?” is workable. “It means the same thing as “How has your day been so far?” You will need to provide some context, but this appears to have a very different meaning and will need to be asked in a separate thread.
Should I text again if no reply?
Give them the benefit of the doubt, both experts agree. If you wait seven days, without sending a double text, and your inbox is still at zero, you should take that as a sign too. No response is a response, Fields says.
Should I reply late if she replies late?
It really just depends on how often they apologize over it. If they slip up occasionally, then just say “it’s okay” and get over it. If they take forever to reply ALL THE TIME then you can either let em have it or give them a hint your upset.
Did you sleep well or did you sleep good?
The correct usage is ‘slept well’. ‘Well’ is an adverb; it is used to describe (give more information about) verbs. In your example, ‘well’ is describing the verb ‘slept’ (past tense of ‘sleep’); you’re talking about how you slept. “How did you sleep?”
What time do you go to bed answer?
Usually, a bit of reading and then lights out by 10:00pm is ideal. I aim to get 10 hours in bed every night, and within that eight hours of sleep. So being in bed between 9:30pm and 7:30am is amazing and fully recharges me for the day. No afternoon naps are required.
Is it correct to ask how was your night?
Yes, “How was your night?” is grammatically correct. It’s a bit informal. Some people say, “How did your night go?” Still informal.
How was your day reply?
How to write a great short answer response?
1. Read through all the questions carefully. 2. Budget your time and decide which question(s) you will answer first. 3. Underline the key word(s) which tell you what to do for each question. 4. Choose an organizational pattern appropriate for each key word and plan your answers on scratch paper or in the margins. 5.
How to write a short answer Response ( SAR )?
Turn to a new page in the writing section of your journal and copy down everything you see below! Short Answer Response = One Thesis Statement + one form of support + closing statement. (SAR= TS + S + CS)
When do you need a review response template?
These 11 review response templates can come in handy when a happy customer decides to leave you an amazing review. Happy customers deserve your appreciation! A good review deserves a worthy response. If a happy customer decides to leave you an amazing review due to a successful email review request, you’re going to need to respond in some way.
Which is an example of a good response?
Example:Twain was unable to laugh or applaud, because he was so angry that Hicks could be mesmerized and he could not (659). A good response will carefully analyze the text, offer textual evidence from the piece or pieces that will directly support your answerand will explain how this evidence supports your answer. E xplain and E
What’s the proper response to ” how was Your Night?
6 Appropriate Responses To “How Was Your Night?” “HOW WAS YOUR NIGHT?” People that ask this do so innocently but also don’t understand how weird and intrusive the question really is. Especially when it’s coming from someone you barely even know. It’s like, “ Why are you asking me? Do you even care?
What should be included in a short answer response?
Short Answer Response = One Thesis Statement + one form of support + closing statement. (SAR= TS + S + CS) Thesis Statement: The thesis statement is that sentence or two in your text that contains the focus of your essay and tells your reader what the essay is going to be about.
What are my personal responses to night by Elie Wiesel?
On this page, I will type personal responses for each chapter in Night. In each, I will reflect on how I felt after the chapter and describe its impact on myself. Chapter 1 of Night by Elie Wiesel is very impactful. The extreme adaptation it depicts left me with an uncomfortable essence due to the unimaginable, unrelatable experiences Elie faces.