Question: Was A Pleasure Working With You?

How do you respond to pleasure is mine?

Just smile and say “Nice to meet you too”, ” The pleasure is all mine” to show your gratitude..

When should I answer my pleasure?

“My pleasure” is an idiomatic response to “Thank you.” It is similar to “You’re welcome,” but more polite and more emphatic. Use it in formal conversation when someone thanks you for doing a favor, and you want to respond in a way that tells them that you were very happy to help and that you enjoyed it.

How do you reply to I can’t wait to see you?

Originally Answered: What’s the proper way to reply when somebody says ‘I can’t wait’ is it me either or me neither? The “proper” way response is “nor can I.” Of course, almost no one is going to say that. It sounds too formal and most Americans aren’t comfortable with that level of formality in language.

How do you respond to thanks for coming?

Originally Answered: How do I respond when someone says to me, “Thanks for coming”? You can say, no problem/I really appreciate your greeting/ my pleasure / thanks and so on.

How do you respond to glad to work with you?

To respond to I am glad to work with you, I would say: so am I.

How do you say happy at work with you?

Some examples from the web:I’d be glad to work with you.I would be really glad to work with you.I would be really glad to work with you.I’m glad to work with the ODS, Michael.I don’t know about you, but I am glad I came to work today.Thank you very much Glad to work with you.More items…

How do you respond to looking forward to it?

A nod and a smile would be sufficient, especially if it is only small talk or general politeness. An example would be: “I enjoyed meeting you; I hope to talk to you again.” “Looking forward to it.” (Smile and nod.)

What can I say instead of my pleasure?

my pleasureforget it.it’s nothing.no problem.no worries.not at all.you are welcome.

How do you use it’s my pleasure?

“My pleasure” is an idiomatic response to “Thank you.” It is similar to “You’re welcome,” but more polite and more emphatic. Use it in formal conversation when someone thanks you for doing a favor, and you want to respond in a way that tells them that you were very happy to help and that you enjoyed it.

What is the correct response to thank you?

When you do a favor, and someone says “thank you,” the automatic response is “you’re welcome.” It’s a basic rule of politeness, and it signals that you accept the expression of gratitude—or that you were happy to help.

What does it’s been a pleasure mean?

1. “It’s been a pleasure” is a common sentence used to describe an experience that has brought one pleasure. ** We often say it after meeting someone, either for the first time or not, and talking with someone for awhile and enjoying it. Or even working with someone and enjoying it.

How do you respond to I look forward to working with you?

You could say: It was a privilege to meet you too. I also look forward to working with you in the future. The simplest way would probably be “My pleasure. I am looking forward to working with you as well.” This indicates that the meeting pleased you and that you are also anticipating doing business.

What does it mean to say the pleasure is mine?

“The pleasure is all mine” is usually said in response to “I’m pleased to meet you”. It means something like “I’m even more pleased than you are.

How do you say it’s been a pleasure working with you?

I enjoyed working with you. If someone said “I am so pleased to meet you” then “me too” is too informal a response. But you could say “Likewise!” to mean that you were pleased to have met him/her.

Is looking forward to work with you correct?

“Working” is a gerund and therefore a noun. “Reply” is a noun, so “I look forward to your reply” is correct, and should not be seen as an ‘exception’. “It” is a pronoun, so “I look forward to it” is correct.