How do you reply to am I speaking to?

for example when sb ask on the phone &quot.May I speak to John?&quot., I know you can answer &quot.yes, speaking.&quot. or &quot.yes, it.s him/ it.s him speaking&quot..

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How do you respond to a text?

Reply to a message

  1. Open the Chat app or Gmail app .
  2. On the bottom, tap Chat or Spaces .
  3. Open a chat message or a space.
  4. If in a space, below the message, tap Reply .
  5. Enter your message or select a suggestion. You can customize a suggested message before you send it.
  6. Tap Send .

How do you respond to a crush?

2 “Not bad, but it.s still early!” 3 “Better, now that I.m talking to you.” 4 “I.m hanging in there.”
Be flirty and romantic if it.s your crush or significant other.

  1. &quot.How do you want me to be?&quot.
  2. &quot.I.d be better if you were with me.&quot.
  3. &quot.Extremely good looking, I.d say!&quot.
  4. &quot.Getting better every time you text me.&quot.

How do you tell someone nicely to talk to them?
Alternatives to “It was a pleasure speaking with you”

  1. It was a pleasure talking to you.
  2. It was a pleasure talking to you today.
  3. It was nice talking to you.
  4. It was great seeing you.
  5. It was lovely seeing you.
  6. It was good talking to you.
  7. I enjoyed talking to you.
  8. I had a lovely time with you.

私は元気です。 わたしはげんき。 Watashi wa genki desu. I.m fine.
What are other ways to say nice to talk to you?
It was nice talking to you! It was nice to have met you! It.s a pleasure to meet you! It.s been a pleasure meeting you!
What does it mean when a guy says I like talking to you?
It means he likes talking to you. He finds you interesting and relatable.
What do you do now answer?
Common answers to the question &quot.What do you do?&quot.

  • I am a student.
  • I am a nurse.
  • I teach English at the local high school.
  • I am a car mechanic. I repair cars.
  • I am a stay at home mom/dad.
  • I am looking for a job.
  • I run a chain of clothing stores.
  • I run a bakery.

Who do I have the pleasure of speaking with or whom?
Adding a second &quot.with&quot. is grammatically wrong. There is no need for a second &quot.with.&quot. By reversing the question into a sentence, we can see how it works: With whom do I have the pleasure of speaking =&gt. I have the pleasure of speaking with [fill in the pronoun or name].

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