When someone says to us “let me know if you need anything”, it is done out of a place of courtesy and kindness. If we need something, it’s quite normal to then request or ask for it. However, if we do not need anything, what can we possibly say?
The preferred version is “thank you, I’ll be sure to let you know”. This is because when we say “thank you, I’ll be sure to let you know”, we are stating our gratitude and also our willingness to keep someone updated on our needs.
Thank You, I’ll Be Sure To Let You Know
We can use the phrase “thank you, I’ll be sure to let you know”, to let the receiving person know that we are grateful for their off of assistance. We are presently fine, but if anything is to change, we will be sure to inform them of our needs.
This is an excellent phrase to use when we are unaware of our needs will change – for example if we are staying somewhere new. We may discover that we have forgotten something or are unsure of where to find something – which means our requirements have changed.
Here are a few examples that show how we can use this phrase in a sentence:
- Thank you, I’ll be sure to let you know if my needs do change.
- I understand and thank you; I’ll be sure to let you know very soon.
- Thank you, I’ll be sure to let you know if I need extra towels.
Thank You, I’m Grateful For Your Care And Courtesy
Another superb alternative that we can choose to use is “thank you, I’m grateful for your care and courtesy”. This is another very courteous response that showcases a high level of appreciation for the offer that someone has just given us.
We are ensuring that they are aware of the fact that we understand that they may be going out of their way to help us, which is a large act of kindness. Therefore, we return that kindness, while also keeping their original question open-ended – meaning, if we find something we need, later on, we can still ask.
For additional information, here are various examples that include this phrase:
- Thank you, I’m grateful for your care and courtesy. I will let you know if my needs change.
- You have been an excellent host, so thank you, I’m grateful for your care and courtesy.
- Thank you, I’m grateful for your care and courtesy, and will be sure to keep you informed.
I Appreciate Your Offer And I Will Let You Know
We can use “I appreciate your offer and I will let you know” very similarly to our other alternate phrases. This is because we are expressing our appreciation for someone’s kind offer, while also stating that we will keep this person up to date on our growing or changing needs.
Letting someone know that their offer is appreciated is important, as not everyone is this polite or open. Therefore, acknowledgment is considered to be part of the proper response.
We will now look over the following examples that include this phrase:
- Thank you very much – I appreciate your offer and I will let you know.
- I appreciate your offer and I will let you know if anything changes.
- I appreciate your offer and I will let you know how things were soon.
I’m Fine Right Now But Thank You
We will say “I’m fine right now, but thank you” when we are currently without any needs but are unaware of what may change in the future. We are also once again ensuring to state thankfulness for someone’s offer of assistance.
We can say “I’m fine right now” as a way to allude to the fact that if we find something that we need, later on, we will inform this person.
For additional clarity on how to use this phrase, here are a few examples:
- I’m fine right now, but thank you for the offering.
- I appreciate it and I’m fine right now but thank you.
- I’m fine right now but thank you and I’ll be sure to let you know if anything changes.
Thanks, But I’ve Got Everything I Need
We can use “thanks, but I’ve got everything I need” as a response to our original question. However, with this response, we are essentially stating that we do have everything that we need, but are still appreciative of the offer.
We would generally only use this statement if we knew for a fact that there was not going to be anything that we were going to need from someone, our host, etc.
Here are a few examples that highlight the use of this phrase:
- Thanks, but I’ve got everything I need for my camping trip.
- Thanks, but I’ve got everything I need to build the fence.
- Thanks, but I’ve got everything I need. In the event of an emergency, I know who to call.
That’s Very Kind Of You, Thank You
We will use the phrase “that’s very kind of you, thank you” consistently to all of our other alternative phrases. This is another highly courteous response, that someone who has offered help should appreciate receiving and be aware that we are very grateful for their offer.
We are acknowledging that we believe the offer was incredibly kind and ensuring to thank this person for said offer. We can still feel comfortable requesting something later on, even after using this particular phrase.
We will now look over the following examples that include this phrase:
- That’s very kind of you, thank you, but I am fine.
- That’s very kind of you, thank you, and have an excellent day.
- I understand and that’s very kind of you, thank you so much.
I Will Certainly Let You Know If Anything Comes Up
When we say “I will certainly let you know if anything comes up”, we are essentially saying that we are good at the moment, but if anything happens to change, we will be sure to let the person who has offered know.
“I will certainly let you know if anything comes up” is a great phrase to use when we want to keep an open line of communication between us and the person who has assisted us.
The following examples all include this particular phrase:
- I will certainly let you know if anything comes up, thank you!
- I’m grateful for your kindness and I will certainly let you know if anything comes up.
- I will certainly let you know if anything comes up and I require our help.
I Appreciate All Of Your Help, Thank You
Another phenomenal response that we can choose to use is “I appreciate all of your help, thank you”. We will use this phrase when someone has just finished or has previously assisted us, and has offered us any further assistance that we may need.
This is a great way of showing our gratitude for all of their help, as well as the present offer for more help.
For additional explanation of this phrase, here are a few examples:
- I appreciate all of your help, thank you, and have a great day.
- I appreciate all of your help, thank you and if there’s anything you need, let me know.
- You’re the best and I appreciate all of your help, thank you.
Thank You, I Owe You One
We can choose to say “thank you, I owe you one” when we are very appreciative of the help that someone has given us. We are showing our gratitude, while also ensuring that we offer to return the favor of the help that we were given.
This is considered highly courteous and important, as we are offering the same level of kindness and assistance back to the person who has helped us.
Here are a few examples to go over that include the use of this phrase:
- Thank you, I owe you one, so please let me know if there’s anything you need.
- Thank you, I owe you one after all of your hard work.
- Thank you, I owe you one and am very grateful.
We can use the old British phrase “much obliged” very similarly to our other alternate phrases. This is because this phrase is another way of saying “thank you very much” or “I am obliged to you”. Essentially, we are grateful and willing to return the favor if need be.
This is considered a formal and old-fashioned response to give, but it is still very much applicable and correct in this sort of situation.
Lastly, here are various examples that showcase the use of this phrase in a sentence.
- I am very much obliged to you for your assistance.
- Much obliged and if I may return the favor, do not hesitate to ask.
- I’d be much obliged if you could help me cut down this tree.
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Martin holds a Master’s degree in Finance and International Business. He has six years of experience in professional communication with clients, executives, and colleagues. Furthermore, he has teaching experience from Aarhus University. Martin has been featured as an expert in communication and teaching on Forbes and Shopify. Read more about Martin here.