How do you reply to Who’s this?

How do you reply to Who’s this? 

“Who is this?” is asking you to identify this person. “This” is a pointer word: you say it while pointing to a person. The normal reply is “This is Judy” or “This is my mother”, not “It is”.

What to say if a girl says who are you? 

Originally Answered: What can I reply when a girl ask me who are you? If it’s a formal meeting, always answer your name. You could also always say your name. I think it’s the polite thing to do and what I’d do in most cases.

How do you say who are you politely? 

In my experience, “Who is this?” is generally perceived as more polite than “Who are you?” or similar. I don’t have a good reason for it. There are other more-polite forms, as noted in the other answers, but “Who is this?” is direct, reasonable, and unlikely to offend.

How do you respond to what’s up flirty? 

11 Flirty Responses to “What’s Up?”
  1. Better now that I’m hearing from you!
  2. Feeling pretty beautiful/handsome today, but not as beautiful/handsome as you are!
  3. I’m really busy, but counting down the hours until (insert the date when you’ll see them again).
  4. I was just thinking of you and wondering how you look today.

How do you reply to Who’s this? – Related Questions

How do you reply to friends?

Instead of just replying, “Just fine,” you now have to provide a detailed explanation. The only way to keep everyone happy is to open up a little more. In short, we shouldn’t really say “How are you doing?” It’s awkward and pretentious. We should answer “I’m just doing” and hopefully leave it at that.

How do you respond to a crush?

Flirty Ways for How to Respond to How Are You (To Your Crush)
  1. 01Well, I am good, but I’ve been even better in the last 2-3 seconds.
  2. 02It all depends on how I’m willing to feel, really.
  3. 03I might not have been so great, but it’s not going to stop me from ending this day on a great note.

Is whats up rude?

“Sure – what’s up?” – seems like a polite enough way to ask what the problem is, although certainly very informal. But as a response to someone asking you to fill out a questionnaire, it doesn’t seem to make much sense. It seems like your response just needed to be yes or no at this point.

Is it OK to say whatsup?

Using “What’s up?” as a greeting

Asking how someone is and the reply of, “Good. How are you?” has become a kind of ritualized greeting. It’s a longer, more detailed way of saying hello. Not only are you saying hi, but you’re also being a little more friendly and asking how they are.

What’s up meaning from a guy?

What’s up is an informal greeting (“Hey, buddy, what’s up?”), idiomatic phrase, or an inquiry about a current or recent state of affairs (“You seem sad.

What’s up in conversation?

“What’s up” is another way of asking “How are you” and “what’s going on”. To reply, you can usually start the conversation with something interesting that’s happened since you last spoke, or, if nothing interesting has happened you can simply say “not much, what’s up with you?”.

How are you answer fine?

The correct response is “Fine, and you?” That’s it. Fine and you. Or some variation, like “Good, how about yourself?” Or “Doing fine, and you?”May 30, 2018

What to ask after asking how are you?

Here’s a list of 50 questions you can start asking
  • What was your favorite moment thus far today?
  • What brings you in a good mood?
  • Describe to a 6-year old what you do in life?
  • What are 3 words that describe you best?
  • What always makes you smile?
  • How do you contribute to a better society?

How was your day reply?

It’s been okay.” “Okay.” “Could be better.”

How do you do response?

The short answer is: yes, the answer to “How do you do?” is “How do you do?” It is also acceptable to reply “I’m fine, and you?” and similar variations. However — and this is important to the etiquette side of things and not so much the language side — “how do you do?” is actually not a question!

How was your night means?

“How was your night?” (in my opinion) is for someone who was on duty, working the night shift, making no pretense of sleeping like ordinary people, or else it’s for someone who has been ill or suffering insomnia and repeatedly getting no sleep at night.