How do you tell someone without being annoying?
10 Secret Ways To Text Your Crush Without Being Annoying
- Text your crush early in the morning without being annoying.
- Space out your texts.
- Don’t respond to a text right away.
- Text your crush a sweet photo.
- Text your crush a photo with you and your friends.
- Text your crush every once in a while, but not often.
- Let your crush know you are busy.
- Ignore your crush once in a while.
Is re regarding or reply?
Re: in the subject line of an email means “reply” or “response”. So in this context don’t use it when you mean “regarding”, but when you’re replying to an email. Most email applications will add Re: to the subject automatically for you when you click the Reply button.
Is yeah a proper English word?
“Yea” is a very old-fashioned formal way of saying “yes,” used mainly in voting. It’s the opposite of—and rhymes with—“nay.” When you want to write the common casual version of “yes,” the correct spelling is “yeah” (sounds like “yeh” ).
Can you use re in a sentence?
Re is a Latin word meaning about or concerning. It isn’t an abbreviation. It can take its place in a sentence wherever you might use the word about. It is mostly used in formal writing.
Is kindly rude?
There is nothing intrinsically negative or rude about the word; the definition is simply “in a kind manner”. It’s certainly not rude, but it’s almost pretentious in an email. It’s something that was used in typed bills and letters long before computers such as – kindly remit payment at your soonest.
How do you say FYI nicely?
What is another word for FYI?
|for your information||I’d like to bring to your attention|
|I’d like to notify you||it should be mentioned that|
|just so you know||just so you’re aware|
|just to let you know||so you know|
|for your attention||for your perusal|
Is FYI polite?
“FYI” is certainly informal, but “for your information” can have a place in formal communication as well. The full phrase, written out, sounds a bit cold and abrupt unless placed in a larger context where a more polite meaning is clear.
What is re in email?
RE: or “Re:” followed by the subject line of a previous message indicates a “reply” to that message. Otherwise it may also stand for “regarding” a certain subject.
How do you inform someone about something?
1to tell someone about something, especially in an official way inform somebody (of/about something) Please inform us of any changes of address.
- The leaflet informs customers about healthy eating.
- He went to inform them of his decision.
- Inform me at once if there are any changes in her condition.