Is alright a formal word?
Although the one-word spelling of alright is seen in informal writing, teachers and editors will always consider it incorrect.
To use the expression with impunity, it is best to spell it as two words: all right..
How do you say alright in a shorter way?
5. IGHT: Short for Alright.
What to say other than sounds good?
Sounds good is a really catchy phrase! Although it could be replaced with other phrases like! Sounds like a plan. Looking forward to it….“Impressive..!!”“I’ll take that.” [ elaborated- I like that point of yours]“nice one!”“I agree with that.”“Worth a try.”
How do you politely say OK?
30 Different Ways to Say OK in EnglishGreen light.Agree to.Go.Yep.Certify.Moderate.Respectable.Pleasing.More items…
What’s another way to say alright?
What is another word for alright?agreeablecopaceticfinegoodhunky-doryjakeOKokaypalatablesatisfactory229 more rows
What to say instead of it’s fine?
You: “It’s fine.” I’ve done it. You’ve done it. My guess is, everyone has done it….Keep these phrases handy for when you need to speak up:“Can we talk in private on this?”“Can you clarify your goals on this?”“Have you considered X?”“I’m concerned about Z and want to better understand your perspective on it.”
Is saying sure rude?
“Sure” if said politely is an affirmative alternative to saying “yes”. To be polite it’s always good to say “Sure, I would like to …” or “Sure, that would be nice…” Which is still dependent on how you say these words. If you say them sarcastically then it would be rude.
Is texting OK rude?
Don’t Text ‘OK’ If someone asks you a question online or over text, do not respond with “OK.” or “Yes.” You might use “sure” or “yep” without punctuation; you should probably add an exclamation mark. Otherwise you might sound passive aggressive, dismissive, or angry. There’s a good reason for this.
What to say instead of that’s fine?
What is another word for that’s fine?fair enoughall rightfineno problemokayvery wellyesalrightyeahyep58 more rows
What is KK in text?
The abbreviation KK is a short form of the expression “Okay”, used to acknowledge a message and indicate that it has been understood. KK is widely considered a safe or neutral way of acknowledging a message. It is less formal that typing out the complete word “Okay” and less brusque than a single letter K.