How do you respond to I think so?

How do you respond to I think so?

A: I think so. / I don’t think so. Or it is better to reply with a yes or no, such as: Q: Has anyone seen my torch? A: Yeah, I think so. / No, I don’t think so.

What to say when a person say they are thinking?

How to Respond to ‘Thinking Of You’ Via Text

  1. “How do you always seem to know when I need to hear that?
  2. “Back at you!
  3. “Don’t worry about me.
  4. “Thank you.
  5. “I am so glad I have friends like you.”
  6. “I was just thinking of you, too!
  7. “That makes two of us.”
  8. “I don’t know how, but you always know what to say and when to say it.

How do you answer what you think about me?

To a friend, you could say something like, “I like the fact that you’re always there for me. You make me feel so supported.” To a significant other, you could say, “You are a caring person….Back your statement up with an example.

  1. “You’re so funny!
  2. “You called to check on me when I was really sick.
  3. “You’re so smart.

Can you say I think so too?

Van asks whether it is okay to say, “I think so, too.” The short answer is yes. An explanation appears below. When “too” occurs at the end of a sentence, it means something similar to “also.” It indicates that the speaker is adding more to something that was said earlier.

Do you think so mean?

1.Do you think so? In my opinion, it means similar to “is this your way of thinking?” 2.Do you think like that(this)?

What to reply when you don’t know what to reply?

I really want to try to understand how you feel. — Thank you for telling me what you feel and need. I will, to the best of my ability, try never to do or say that again. –Thank you for telling me what you feel and need.

How do you say I’ve been thinking about you?

In fact, it’s pretty much an automatic feel-good message.

  1. “I’ve been thinking about you.”
  2. “You’ve been on my mind a lot lately.”
  3. “Thinking of you always makes my day.”
  4. “Just wanted to send some happy thoughts your way today.”

How to Respond to ‘Thinking Of You’ Via Text

  1. “How do you always seem to know when I need to hear that? You’re the best.”
  2. “Back at you! Hope all is well.”
  3. “Don’t worry about me.
  4. “Thank you.
  5. “Thank you for thinking of me!”
  6. “I am so glad I have friends like you.”
  7. “I was just thinking of you, too!
  8. “That makes two of us.”

How do you reply?

Speak directly and clearly when you respond.

  1. Make sure they’re paying attention to you so you don’t have to repeat yourself.
  2. Recognize if someone else wants to speak and allow them room to talk as well.
  3. Allow the person to respond to what you’ve said as well.

1 —used to say that one believes that something is true, that a particular situation exists, that something will happen, etc.

What to say when she asks what do you see in me?

“I really like how much you make me appreciate my friends.” You don’t need to add “Thank God you aren’t one of them.” If I know you I will tell you not what you are but what I think that you are to me at that second. If I know you better I will be able to tell you some more.

What do you like most about me?

10 Things That People Love About You

  • Your Courage. Think of all the hardships you’ve been through.
  • Your Energy. You work harder and give your time to those you love a lot.
  • Your Ability to Love. Your friends and family are around for a reason.
  • Your Passion.
  • Your Sense of Humor.
  • Your Creativity.
  • Your Positivity.
  • Your Looks.

How do you respond to short texts?

Making Conversation With Someone Who Is Only Giving You Short Answers

  1. First, accept the conversation may just not work out.
  2. Try asking more open-ended questions.
  3. Ask for more details about their short answer.
  4. Give them more time to come up with a response.
  5. Try changing the subject.

Are one word responses rude?

One word answers are considered rude because they are often dismissive, as if you can’t be bothered with the person or the question. For example, someone may ask, “Did you have fun today?” They don’t want a simple yes or no. They also want to hear why.