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What should I do if someone says hi to me?

What should I do if someone says hi to me?

Early evening or late. Am I’m alone or with other people. If I’m navigating a dark street by myself and a voice from the shadows says “hi” I’m not going to engage in greetings or banter. I’ll hold my keys between my fingers a bit more firmly, senses on high alert, and evaluate my fight or flight options while continuing to walk with intent.

When to say’let me know if there’s anything I can do to help you’?

“Let me know if there’s anything I can do to help you.” In our society, it’s practically required to say this when a fellow human being tells you they’re going through a hard time. I’ve said it. You’ve probably said it. And what did it achieve? Not a whole lot, I’m guessing. I would know.

Is it possible to get support email down to zero?

And if you can answer them faster and easier, then you can get your support email inbox down to zero in no time. Give me a little time now, and I’ll save you a lot of time in the future and help you get your support load under control.

When to use ” I’m not sure that “?

” I’m not sure that” is used when expressing uncertainty or pointing directly to a certain situation, person, object. I’m not sure that I’m the right person for it.

When to use’unable to’and’not able to’?

Saying ‘unable to’ to a relative or friend would sound strange. Also, ‘unable to’ and ‘not able to’ are usually used with one specific instance of inability (‘…was unable to attend…yesterday’), whereas we use ‘couldn’t/could not’ for general inability in both formal and informal contexts, e.g.

Which is correct I’m unable to do that or I can’t do that?

‘I’m unable to do that” or “i’m not able to do that” both say exactly the same thing in fewer words.

Why do people say ” I’m here if you ever need anything “?

Please don’t say “I’m here if you ever need anything,” unless you completely and wholeheartedly mean it. This past year that was a phrase I heard almost every week. At first, it was comforting, even flattering sometimes. But it began to come from acquaintances and sometimes even people who were practically strangers.

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