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What can I say instead of good to hear from you?

What can I say instead of good to hear from you?

7 alternatives to “I look forward to hearing from you”

  • 1 Use a call-to-action.
  • 2 I’m eager to receive your feedback.
  • 3 I appreciate your quick response.
  • 4 Always happy to hear from you.
  • 5 Keep me informed . . .
  • 6 I await your immediate response.
  • 7 Write soon!

What does glad to hear from you mean?

A phrase used when one is pleased by what someone else has just said.

Can I say great to hear from you in an email?

‘Nice to meet you’ is only possible when you physically meet someone, not over email. ‘Nice to hear from you’ is correct English, although it’s not really necessary to ‘introduce yourself’ over email in such a formal way, depending on the context of course.

How do you say happy to hear from someone?

In that case, you could also say: ‘I’m happy to hear from you’, ‘Great to hear from you again’ or, ‘It’s so good to hear from you again’. If you want something formal, you could use: ‘Thank you for getting back to me’ or, ‘I appreciate you taking the time to contact me’.

Is it glad to hear or good to hear?

Either is correct English but “glad” is more personal. You’re suggesting you personally are happy to hear that they enjoyed the show, whereas “good to hear” just means it’s good [for someone] to hear.

What means nice to hear it?

This is correct. Use this phrase when someone has given you some good news or told you something positive. Explanation provided by a TextRanch English expert.

Is it right to say good to hear that?

It is correct, and is commonly used upon hearing good news. Examples: “The biopsy came back negative.” “That’s good to hear!” “My daughter got into Yale!” “That’s good to hear!”

How do you say yes in a nice way?

Polite Ways to Say Yes in English

  1. Yeah, sure. Here you go.
  2. No problem! I’m always happy to help.
  3. Yep! I will be right there. (Yep is another informal way to say yes like yeah.)
  4. Yeah, I’d be happy to!
  5. Cool. (Yes, cool can really be used to say yes or to show agreement.)
  6. You got it.
  7. Okay.

How do you acknowledge a professional message?

This kind of emails may end with, “Please acknowledge receipt of this message”, “Kindly acknowledge receipt of this email” or “Please acknowledge receipt of this email”. Simple confirm receipt acknowledgement for job applicants: Dear Kentura, This is to confirm I have received this email.