Grammar

“Thank you for letting me know” – Is it correct and what alternative is there?

“Thank You for letting me know” is a fascinating phrase. Whilst it’s something that most of us would say as way of being polite and friendly, it’s likely that we almost never actually think about the nuances of it. Thank you for letting me know. Is it a grammatically correct? What tense is it in? …

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“It was nice talking to you” – When to use it and alternative sayings

After you’ve finished a conversation, something that you might say to them is “It’s been nice talking to you” or perhaps you would say “It was nice talking to you”. For those grammar snobs out there, both of them are grammatically correct. It was nice talking to you. As a general rule “It’s been nice” …

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“I look forward to meeting you” vs. “I’m looking forward to meeting you”?

When you first hear the two phrases “I look forward to meeting you” and “I’m looking forward to meeting you”, you would be forgiven in thinking they mean the same thing. Because you’d be right. However, the context in which they should be used will be different. “I look forward to meeting you” or “I’m …

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“I look forward to speaking with you” vs. “I am looking forward to speaking with you”?

“I look forward to speaking to you” and “Looking forward to speaking to you”. These are two phrases that on the surface, seem like they mean the same thing. However, even before reading this article, you will probably understand that they have different tones. The fact you’ve clicked on this article suggests that you’re in …

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