“I am fine” is the grammatically-correct reply. However, in informal conversations (i.e., slang or colloquial English), particularly in the States, the “I am good” version is acceptable, and possibly even more common.
- Which is correct response or respond?
- How do you reply to?
- What is the grammatically correct response to how are you?
- How do you say all good in different ways?
- What is the meaning of I am fine?
- Can I say Im okay?
- Does Fine mean good?
- What is better good or fine?
- What do you say when someone asks if you’re okay?
- How do you say you’re okay when not?
- How do you write okay?
- Why is OK in capitals?
- How do you write OK thanks?
Which is correct response or respond?
Response is a noun while respond is a verb. I did not get a response from you. Please respond to my question. “Respond” is the verb and “response” is the noun.
How do you reply to?
“How do you do?” is not generally thought of as a genuine question about your well-being. Instead it’s treated more like a salutation. The proper answer is either, “Fine, thank you,” or “How do you do?” or some form thereof.
What is the grammatically correct response to how are you?
Now, if someone asks “How are you doing?” “I’m doing well” is the correct response. “Doing” — a form of “to do” — becomes the main verb, and action verbs require adverbs.
How do you say all good in different ways?
What is another word for all good?
|it’s all good||don’t worry about it|
|it’s fine||no biggie|
|no prob||no problem|
|no probs||no worries|
|not at all||it’s all right|
What is the meaning of I am fine?
Basically, “I’m fine” means “I’m OK”, “I’m getting by with no problems”, and so on, while “I’m good” suggests “I’m happy”, “I am currently aware of how well I am, and how well my life is going”, “I’m satisfied, content, and am quite enjoying myself”, etc.
Can I say Im okay?
They mean basically the same thing, but with a slightly different flavor. If somebody asks “How are you?”, if you answer “I am fine” or “I am okay”, it would mean that you are doing well. If you said “I am all right,” it is often taken to mean that you are doing basically all right, but things could be better.
Does Fine mean good?
“That’s fine” means the same as “That’s good” or “That’s OK”. “Fine” also has a subsidiary meaning of “healthy, well”, so “I feel fine” is appropriate when somebody has expressed a concern about your health. “I feel good” would not be idiomatic there, at least in the UK. Fine is the same as good!
What is better good or fine?
3 Answers. Fine is the strongest of the all. It roughly mean high quality , or exemplary . Nice and Good are essentially the same thing when describing objects.
What do you say when someone asks if you’re okay?
You can say something like:
- Not OK.
- Honestly I’m not OK, but is not that bad.
- I have being better.
- I will live to fight another day.
- I’m not OK call 911 now!
- What does not kill you make you stronger.
- Does it look bad? thanks good it did not hit me in the face.
- Is the third time this month, I’m getting used to it.
How do you say you’re okay when not?
Ways to Say You’re Not OK
- ‘ME’ – How does this person make me feel? When someone takes the time to ask ‘R U OK’ we need to start by appreciating that this person cares enough to stop and ask the question.
- ‘I’ – How am I feeling? How are you feeling?
- YOU – How can you help me?
- WE – What can we do together?
How do you write okay?
According to Gregg Reference Manual, okay is written without periods. “In sentences, the forms okay, okayed, and okaying look better than OK, OK’d, and OK’ing, but the latter forms may be used.” When used as a verb, spelling okay out is preferred. OK is the form supported by Merriam-Webster and the AP style guide.
Why is OK in capitals?
The word “OK” is all caps (i.e., capitalized) because it is not the full word “okay.” The word “okay” does not qualify for even an initial capital. The word “OK” is what is called an “abbreviation,” and the capital letters make abbreviations and acronyms stand out amid regular text.
How do you write OK thanks?
OK, thanks is a comma splice and is the typical form. I would say that the reason it is used over OK; thanks is simply convention.
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