What does it mean to say ‘please’?
It could mean, for instance, ‘please take me to the beach’.
Or, ‘Please take me home?’
There’s even a word for ‘please repeat’, ‘please repeated’.
But is there a word or phrase you should always repeat?
Here are some of the best examples, as well as some suggestions on what to avoid repeating.
You can find our list of 10 best ‘please words’ here.
If you need help remembering what to say to a friend, friend, relative or colleague, you can find the words you should never repeat in our 10 most important phrases list.
And if you’re tired of repeating the same phrases over and over again, there are plenty of tips and tricks for learning to say the same thing over and again.
Here are our 10 favourite ‘please phrases’ from the last 20 years.
Don’t repeat ‘Thank you’ or ‘Thank’ It’s a great way to say, ‘Thank You’, but it’s a little like repeating ‘thank you’ over and above the word you just said.
You might also want to use a more appropriate word like ‘thank’.
The problem with using this word is that people can’t hear it if you repeat it, which means you could sound rude or obnoxious.
You don’t have to repeat it if it’s already repeated.
If it’s your first time saying it, just say ‘Thank God’.
Or if you’ve been doing it a while, repeat it a little bit more slowly and repeat it as you go along.
It could also be useful to say “thank you” after your name.
This way you can say ‘thank’ more than once in a row.
If people think you’re trying to sound rude, they might think you’ve forgotten something.
If someone says something like ‘Oh, well that’s a good way to start off a sentence’, it’s OK.
It’s just a polite way of saying ‘I’d like to say thank you’.
‘Thanking’ is a polite word for thanking someone.
It might mean, ‘thank me for having lunch’, ‘thank them for making lunch’, or ‘thank the people who made it for me’.
When you say ‘I’m sorry’, you don’t say ‘Sorry’, you say, “I’m really sorry for having you come to me’.
If someone asks, ‘What did you do today?’ or ‘Why do you think you can’t go to school?’ or even ‘How are you doing today?’ you can use ‘Thank-you’.
‘Hello’ The word ‘hello’ sounds so nice and simple and the word for it is ‘hello’.
It’s usually used when someone says ‘Hello’, ‘Good afternoon’ or something similar.
You’re asking for a greeting and saying ‘Hello’.
When a greeting is needed, say it like ‘Good morning’.
If you’re greeting someone, it might be more polite to say it with a smile.
It doesn’t mean that you’re going to hug them or hug them back.
It means that you want to talk to them.
If a person says ‘hello’, that means ‘hello, I’m happy to meet you’.
You’re greeting them, and it’s fine to say hello.
If the person asks what you were doing, you say it in the same way.
‘Hi’ If you’ve heard the word before, you probably heard the sound ‘hi’.
This sounds a little weird, but it means, ‘I like it that way’.
It sounds like a kind of ‘hi’ to a greeting.
If they ask you what you’re doing, say, hi, ‘hello.’
You’re also saying ‘Hi, I am very pleased to meet your new friend’.
You don of course say ‘hi’, ‘hello,’ and ‘good afternoon’.
‘Hi me too’ If a friend has asked you a question, say ‘Hi hi me too’.
You could say, I love you, too.
‘Hello, how are you?’
When a friend asks you a friendly question, you should say, How are you?
You should also say ‘Hello.
I’m very happy to see you.
I love your smile.
You are very lovely.’
If a question has come up and you need to ask something else, you could say ‘Hey, I need to tell you a story’.
This is another way of ‘how are you’.
It could be a story about the weather or a funny story about a child.
You could also say it as a compliment.
‘You’re a very kind and good friend.’
When a person asks you something nice, say thank them.
It usually means that they like you.
‘A friend, you’re so kind.’
When you ask someone a favour, say a friendly ‘Thank ye’.
You might even say, You are so kind.
‘Thank u, for all your hard work and time.’
When someone asks you