How do you say thank you at the end of an application?
Tips for Closing Your Thank-You Email
- Avoid the generic phrases — make your closing unique and make a lasting impression.
- Use the sandwich method: Thank them and highlight key points about your application and then reiterate the thank you.
- Keep it short, simple, tasteful, and professional.
When to use ” sure ” and ” thank you “?
“Sure” in the second usage is a shortening of “sure thing”, which in turn is a shortening of “it was a sure thing”, implying that no thanks are necessary because the second speaker was certain to perform the action for which they’re being thanked. Thanks for contributing an answer to English Language & Usage Stack Exchange!
When to use ” sure ” and ” Sure Thing “?
“Sure” is used similarly to “sure thing” in response to thanks. – Kit Z. Fox♦Jun 23 ’11 at 15:16 Add a comment | 2 Answers 2
Can a sure thing mean ” you’re welcome “?
This may be of interest for your second question: Can “sure thing” mean “you’re welcome?” “Sure” is used similarly to “sure thing” in response to thanks. – Kit Z. Fox♦Jun 23 ’11 at 15:16 Add a comment | 2 Answers 2 ActiveOldestVotes 6
When do you say Sure in American English?
In American English, “sure” is often heard in reply to offering help or expressing appreciation. I was wondering if it may not be a good choice? For example, – Would you like a cup of water?
Can you say ” Sure ” in response to ” thanks “?
I often hear “Sure” in response when I say “Thank you” or “Thanks” to someone. I don’t know — is this correct usage? If it is considered good, I’ll use it someday.
Is it bad to have a second opinion?
There are no bad outcomes to spending the time doing this. Second opinions are a great way to improve your financial plan and situation. As investors become more financially literate and fee-sensitive, many will become do-it-yourself investors.
Where can I get a second opinion on my financial plan?
Another great method of getting a second opinion is posting your financial plan and portfolio on an internet forum such as the WCI forum or the Bogleheads forum. Writing it out will help you understand your plan better. You can do it from the comfort of your own easy chair on your own time. It’s totally free.
Can you use ” sure ” as a response?
If it is considered good, I’ll use it someday. In OP’s context, Sure as a response is simply a polite/vague/positive word with friendly connotations. It doesn’t really mean much at all; you could compare it to replying with something like Okay, No problem, or Don’t mention it.