What to say instead of just wanted to let you know?
What is another word for just to let you know?
|for your information||FYI|
|I’d like to bring to your attention||I’d like to notify you|
|it should be mentioned that||just so you know|
|just so you’re aware||so you know|
|for your attention||for your perusal|
Is just wanted to let you know rude?
Yes it is correct and no it is not necessarily rude. For example I might say to my boss while processing a sale, “Just so you know, it looks like the inspection contingency on this is only 5 days instead of 10.” He will probably thank me for pointing out this fact because it is important and he might not have seen it.
How do you write just wanted to let you know?
Both are correct. The first has a verb in the past tense: wanted. This implies that you previously wanted to let someone know something. It’s especially common after saying what it is you wanted the person to know.
What can I say instead of just?
What is another word for just?
How do you say just so you know politely?
- If you’re a little uncomfortable with “just so you know,” you might consider “just letting you know.” – J.R.♦ Dec 3 ’13 at 1:31.
- If this line, as I suspect, has the purpose of letting the recipient know that action is not required, the common term is “for your information”, or informally “FYI”.
How do you say I Seeally formally?
- “I see” can be formal, as far as I’m concerned. As a replacement, I’d say “I get it.”; as Gru says in Despicable me.
- “My phone ran out of charge” is not quite natural, but is very understandable. “
What can I say instead of heads up?
What is another word for heads up?
|watch out||be watchful|
|take heed||be alert|
|pay attention||be careful|
|be vigilant||beware of|
Is wanted formal know?
3 Answers. Actually, I want to know is perfectly valid. If it’s politeness you’re trying to achieve, you could say I would like to know. This transforms what might have been interpreted as a demand into a request.
What can I write instead of I want?
Different ways to say “I want” in English
- I feel like a pizza.
- I am in the mood for chocolate.
- I am craving a doughnut.
- I’m dying for a cup of coffee.
- I would like some water, please.
- Hit the spot.
What word can be used instead of I?
What word can I use instead of I?
|I for one||I myself|
|the speaker||the writer|
|me, myself and I||myself only|
What is an example of unbiased?
To be unbiased, you have to be 100% fair — you can’t have a favorite, or opinions that would color your judgment. For example, to make things as unbiased as possible, judges of an art contest didn’t see the artists’ names or the names of their schools and hometowns.