How do you say yes in a cute way?
Creative Ways to Say “Yes”Okey-dokey!I’m at your behest.Aye aye, captain!I was born for this!That would be a Y-E-S!You just stole the words out of my mouth.Right on, brother/sister.Definitely not NO.More items…•.
What is YES in Old English?
Etymology. From Middle English yes, from Old English ġīese. Compare yea.
How do you describe yes?
1 —used to express agreement in answer to a question, request, or offer or with an earlier statement“Are you ready?” “Yes, I am.”Yes, I think you are right. 2 —used to introduce a phrase with greater emphasis or clearnessWe are glad, yes, very glad to see you!
How do you say OK in a formal way?
It can be used sometimes in formal conversations, but not in writing. Some words you can use in it’s place are “acceptable”, “all right”, or “decent”. It mostly depends on the context. If you look up synonyms for “Ok”, you can find a lot more ways to say it.
Is make sure formal?
There’s no difference in meaning between make sure and ensure, it’s just that ensure is more formal. When speaking, we typically use make sure. If writing a more formal article or business text, we would use ensure.
What can I say instead of tell?
What is a fancy word for yes?
SYNONYMS. all right, alright, very well, of course, by all means, sure, certainly, absolutely, indeed, affirmative, in the affirmative, agreed, roger. Scottish, Northern English archaic aye. aye aye. informal yeah, yah, yep, yup, uh-huh, okay, OK, okey-dokey, okey-doke.
How do you say it’s OK politely?
Don’t worry about it, are you fine/allright? “That’s alright” is a perfectly fine and polite response. and that’s it.
What is another way to say sure?
Express agreement with an earlier statement or to say that statement is true….However, if your friend asks you to pick up some tacos, and you feel inclined to do so, you can respond with these variations:OK.K.Okay.Okie dokie.Alright.Alrighty.Sounds good.For sure.More items…•
What is another word for making sure?
Similar words for make sure: ascertain (verb) assure (verb) check (verb) confirm (verb)