Question: What Can I Say Instead Of Im Glad?

How do you say Glad to hear from you?

Depending on the situation and the person we must reply accordingly.Thank you.

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Good to hear from you too.

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The feeling is mutual.

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Thanks for hearing me (informal, sarcastic, to a friend)Same here.

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I am glad it is.

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Or is it.

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I know (informal, cocky, shouldn’t be used)More items….

What’s another way to say I’m glad?

SYNONYMS FOR glad 1 elated, gratified, contented. 3 merry, joyous, joyful, cheerful, happy, cheery.

What can I say instead of here?

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What can I use instead of for example?

For Example’ Synonym Phrases”For instance …””To give you an idea …””As proof …””Suppose that …””To illustrate …””Imagine …””Pretend that …””To show you what I mean …”More items…•

What can I say instead of I think?

‘I Think’ Synonyms ListIn my opinion.As far as I’m concerned – This phrase is often used in a more authoritative sense.I believe that…I am of the opinion that…It is my belief…It seems to me/It appears to me.To my way of thinking/In my way of thinking.I honestly think that/ I honestly believe that…More items…

What is another word for would?

What is another word for would?mightcouldmaymay perhapsmay possiblymay wellpossibly will

What does glad to hear mean?

A phrase used when one is pleased by what someone else has just said. A: “We had a great time at your party last weekend.” B: “Oh, I’m so glad to hear that!” Oh great, glad to hear it.

What do you say when you hear good news?

How to Respond to Good News in EnglishThat’s great!Well done!I’m (so/really) glad to hear that!Wonderful! Thank you for sharing.I’m/we’re very happy for you.Congratulations.That’s very good news.

What can I say instead of good to hear?

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 glad a formal word?

Thanks for your help! To be glad is more informal. To be pleased is more formal. It is used both formally and informally.

What is the verb for glad?

verb form of glad is …. glads…, gladding…..,gladded….