How do you say I am glad to hear?
»i am glad to hear exp. »i am pleased to hear exp. »pleased to learn exp. »good to see exp.
What can I say instead of good to hear?
- good to know.
- nice to hear.
- glad to hear.
- nice to know.
- pleased to hear.
- delighted to hear.
- great to hear.
- happy to hear.
How do you say Happy to hear?
- glad to hear.
- good to know.
- pleased to hear.
- good to hear.
- happy to know.
- delighted to hear.
- glad to know.
- gratified to hear.
What can I say instead of Im glad?
OTHER WORDS FOR glad 1 elated, gratified, contented. 3 merry, joyous, joyful, cheerful, happy, cheery.
Is glad to hear it?
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.
Does pleased mean happy?
When used as adjectives, happy means having a feeling arising from a consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment, whereas pleased means happy, content. Happy is also verb with the meaning: often followed by : to become happy.
What does glad to hear from you mean?
If someone contacts you, especially after a long time, you would say ‘I’m glad to hear from you’ or ‘It’s good to hear from you after all this time’. This means that you are pleased to have received a call, a letter, a text or an email from this person.
How do you respond when someone says glad?
“You too” is a short way of saying “It is nice to meet you too”. “I’m glad to meet you” should be responded with “me too” because it is a short way of saying “Me too, I’m glad to meet you”.
What does I’m so glad mean?
1 happy and pleased; contented. 2 causing happiness or contentment. 3 postpositive; foll by: to very willing.
Does glad mean happy?
Kids Definition of glad 1 : being happy and joyful She was glad to be home. 3 : very willing I’d be glad to help.
What is difference between glad and happy?
The term glad is often used with a direct or immediate cause for being glad whereas the term happy can also be used to refer to a general mental state. This is the main difference between glad and happy.
What does complacent mean in English?
1 : marked by self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies : marked by complacency : self-satisfied a complacent smile. 2 : complaisant sense 1 complacent flattery. 3 : unconcerned.
How do you use we are pleased?
We are always pleased to be able to help….pleased
- You’re coming?
- pleased with somebody/something She was very pleased with her exam results.
- Mary and I were most pleased with the present we bought in Edinburgh.
- The boss should be pleased with you.
- pleased at something She seemed pleased at our success.
What do you say when you hear good news?
How to Respond to Good News in English
- That’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.
- That’s very good news.
How do you respond to glad you got home safe?
I hope you can reach home safely….
- “Glad you made it safe and sound.”
- “Good to see you got here unscathed.”
- “I see you arrived all in one piece.”
- “No broken bones then?”
- “Still standing then? Good!”
- “So, skiing not as risky as you thought?”
- “Relieved you didn’t need the parachute.”
- “So, bullet proof vests actually work!”
What does glad to hear mean?
(I’m) (so) glad to hear it/that 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 is difference between happy and glad?
The difference between Glad and Happy. When used as adjectives, glad means pleased, happy, gratified, whereas happy means having a feeling arising from a consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment.
Is Glad better than happy?
The first thing you should know about these two words is that “happy” indicates a stronger feeling than “glad”. We use the word “glad” when we want to say that another person’s good fortune makes us feel good.
What do you feel when your glad?
Use either ‘happy’ or ‘glad’ “Glad” and “happy” both share the meaning of the feeling of pleasure, joy or delight.
Does complacent mean lazy?
Being complacent is similar to being lazy. Often when we get upset with our current situation, but refuse to work to improve, we are being complacent. A complacent person never works to reach their potential because they feel that it is pointless.
Depending on the situation and the person we must reply accordingly.
- Thank you! (
- Good to hear from you too. (
- The feeling is mutual. (
- Thanks for hearing me (informal, sarcastic, to a friend)
- Same here. (
- I am glad it is. (
- Or is it? (
- I know (informal, cocky, shouldn’t be used)
What does I’m glad to hear that mean?
What can I say instead of I’m glad?
What is another word for glad?
pleased [not before noun] (somewhat formal) happy about something that has happened or something that you have to do:She was pleased with her exam results.
What does I’m glad mean?
feeling joy or pleasure; delighted; pleased: glad about the good news;glad that you are here. accompanied by or causing joy or pleasure: a glad occasion;glad tidings. characterized by or showing cheerfulness, joy, or pleasure, as looks or utterances. very willing: I’ll be glad to give him your message.
glad Add to list Share. Glad is how you feel when you hear that something nice happened to someone you care about, or when you learn you got an A on that test you studied so hard for. It means happy or pleased. Glad doesn’t quite mean jumping for joy — it’s more a state of contentment and pleasure.
Is glad formal?
Yes, it’s informal. You could consider saying ‘I am very pleased to hear that’, or ‘Congratulations!
Which is correct ” glad ” or ” glad to hear “?
via Extraposition, which licenses the dummy it that gets deleted in conversation. Glad to hear you enjoyed the radio show. (I’m) glad to hear (that) you enjoyed the radio show. what gets deleted is a contracted subject and auxiliary for a predicate adjective: (I’m) glad. Either is correct English but “glad” is more personal.
Which is more informal, ” glad ” or ” Great “?
None is particularly informal, either; they’re just normal. (To my ear, “glad” is slightly more informal than the other two.) If you want to sound particularly informal, you could say something like “That’s awesome.” But if you’re just trying to avoid sounding formal/stuffy, those three are just fine. – spoko Mar 22 ’18 at 2:00
How to use ” glad to hear that ” in a text message?
Glad to hear that! I’d like to express (via text message) that I’m happy/glad to hear that you’d like to work with us as a volunteer. I omitted the rest of the sentence (about volunteering work) because I have mentioned this before. Here’s the scenario: A: Hi, would you be interested in working as a volunteer at [name of the organization]?
What’s the difference between’glad to hear’and’i’m’?
Glad to hear you enjoyed the radio show. (I’m) glad to hear (that) you enjoyed the radio show. what gets deleted is a contracted subject and auxiliary for a predicate adjective: (I’m) glad. Either is correct English but “glad” is more personal.
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