Is it the same to you or too?

September 27, 2019 Off By idswater

Is it the same to you or too?

Same to you, too. Both are correct. However, the former is far more usual and idiomatic than the latter as the use of the “too” is redundant in this phrase. 6 When you wish the same thing to somebody as they wish to you, you usually say “Same to you”.

What does Same goes here mean?

The same goes here = I think/feel the same way/thing.

What is the difference between me too and same here?

“Same here” if you mean to say the same thing as the other person. “Me too” if you agree with what the other person said.

Is it okay to say same here?

Same here is another phrase that is very common in conversation, and is used to confirm that you have had the same experience as the speaker: “My date never showed up.” “Yeah, same here.”

Do you say you too or me too?

“You too” is a short way of saying “It is nice to meet you too”. “I’m glad to meet you” should be responded with “me too” because it is a short way of saying “Me too, I’m glad to meet you”. However, it does imply a slight confusion so it might be better to say it in full: “I’m glad to meet you too”.

Can you just say likewise?

Likewise can also be used to mean something like “me too” or “the same thing you just said.” When used this way, it’s typically used by itself as a one-word response to a statement. For example, if someone says, “It was nice you meet you,” you could simply reply, “Likewise!”

What to say instead of I wish you the best?

You can say:

  • Wish you all the best!
  • Wish you the best of luck!
  • Good luck with that!
  • Best of luck!
  • I wish you luck!
  • Wishing you lots of luck!
  • Fingers crossed!
  • Break a leg!

Does likewise mean you too?

Likewise can mean also, in addition, moreover, similarly, or in the same way. Likewise can also be used to mean something like “me too” or “the same thing you just said.” When used this way, it’s typically used by itself as a one-word response to a statement.

When to use ” you too ” and ” same here “?

When followed by a period or exclamation point, you, too is used as an answer to someone’s general good wishes. This sort of exchange generally happens at the end of an interaction or a conversation: “It was good to catch up with you. Have a good day!”. “You, too.”.

What’s the difference between same here and same thing?

Same here is another phrase that is very common in conversation, and is used to confirm that you have had the same experience as the speaker: “My date never showed up.”. “Yeah, same here.”. “When I picked up the phone, the caller just hung up on me!”. “Same here!”. [=The same thing happened to me.]

When do you say ” same here ” in a conversation?

Same here is another phrase that is very common in conversation, and is used to confirm that you have had the same experience as the speaker: “My date never showed up.”

Which is the same phrase same with Me?

Tom: Same here! Also, the same with me. Me too, I agree, as in I think she was lying all along.-Same here, or I couldn’t sleep because of the noise.-The same with me. The first phrase is also used in an order for food or drink to indicate one wants the same thing as the previous person ordering; for example, One more beer, please.-Same here.