Is the word okay formal?
“OK” is not considered a formal word. It can be used sometimes in formal conversations, but not in writing. Some words you can use in its place are “acceptable”, “all right”, or “decent”.
Is it bad to say OK?
So “OK” at the end of a sentence is not usually mean or rude. Not necessarily. So “OK” at the end of a sentence is not usually mean or rude. It is used as as an affirmative instead of yes, all right, certainly, it is.
What to say instead of that’s fine?
What is another word for that’s fine?
|fair enough||all right|
How do you say that’s fine?
- very good.
- so much the better.
- that’s good.
- it’s alright.
- it’s fine.
- it’s good.
- that’s alright.
- that’s amazing.
What does OK that’s fine mean?
1 Answer. 1. 1. You would respond to a question with “That’s fine” when the question is about whether something is correct or acceptable. It’s basically a way of saying that the speaker has no problem with what the questioner is asking about.
How do you respond to that’s fine?
There are many ways to say what you want to say. Both of your suggestions work, as do “Don’t worry about it”, “That’s all right”, and even (in informal, colloquial conversation) “No problem.”
Does Fine mean good?
“That’s fine” means the same as “That’s good” or “That’s OK”. “Fine” also has a subsidiary meaning of “healthy, well”, so “I feel fine” is appropriate when somebody has expressed a concern about your health. “I feel good” would not be idiomatic there, at least in the UK. Fine is the same as good!
Are you fine or fine?
He asked me “Do you fine?” (no full stop here) I controlled my laughter. I didn’t correct him either. “Are you fine?” is correct but “Do you fine?” is wrong.
Which is correct I’m fine or am fine?
“I am fine” is the grammatically-correct reply. However, in informal conversations (i.e., slang or colloquial English), particularly in the States, the “I am good” version is acceptable, and possibly even more common.
What does I’m doing fine mean?
good, just means you’ve been doing okay all around. – well, sometimes refers more to have been healthy. ex: i was sick, but now i’m well. – fine, is a step down from good. fine = okay.
How do you use am and I’m in a sentence?
- I’m is the contraction of “I am”, whereas am is simply the verb with no pronoun before it.
- No, it’s not grammatically correct to drop the “I” and start these phrases with “am”. Proper English requires the pronoun before the verb. Using the contraction (I’m) is the less formal (but still correct) way to say it.
Should I use I’m or I am?
In any sentence, “I am” is correct and “I’m” is also correct, because it is the shortened form of “I am”. In any sentence, “I am” is correct and “I’m” is also correct, because it is the shortened form of “I am”.
Is Am are sentence example?
Use am when the subject is the first person pronoun I. I am a teacher. I am working on my computer.