- What is your problem reply?
- What can I say instead of problem?
- What is opposite word of problem?
- How do you respond to I want to know you more?
- What’s going on mean?
- Is saying what is your problem rude?
- Whats wrong meaning?
- Is it rude to ask why?
- What do you say when someone asks whats wrong?
- What is wrong with this picture meaning?
- What’s your take means?
- What’s the problem synonym?
- What’s the meaning of worry?
- Whats up meaning?
- What’s happening How do you reply?
What is your problem reply?
If someone asked me “ what’s my problem”, I would ignore them and give them a nasty look, and walk away.
I would say “ nothing”.
The worse thing you can..
do is turn around, and talk back..
What can I say instead of problem?
What is opposite word of problem?
What is the opposite word for Problem? solution. problem and solution. answer. problem and answer.
How do you respond to I want to know you more?
Thank you for the A2A.Short Answer: Thank You.After that it depends on who I am speaking to. … If the asker is someone I am interested in I would follow the thank you with a statement of “I would like to get to know you better too. … There are some people I would rather not share personal information with.More items…
What’s going on mean?
It is a general way of saying hello when people greet you. … It is an informal way of greeting. Usually among friends to find out what’s happening. As in “How’s it going? Or What’s up?” It is sometimes used as an expression of concern and awaiting an explanation about a situation.
Is saying what is your problem rude?
It is usually taken as rude, even if you didnt mean it that way. You might be better to say “that’s an issue you need to deal with”, or “it’s not my job to deal with that”.
Whats wrong meaning?
used for asking someone who looks ill or sad to tell you what problem they have. You look terrible – what’s wrong? Synonyms and related words. –
Is it rude to ask why?
Beginning an answer with the word “why” is not inherently rude; the answer could be rude because of its content, of course. This construct is definitely somewhat archaic, and I’ve seen it more often in British contexts than American.
What do you say when someone asks whats wrong?
It can be easy to say, “You don’t do the dishes and now I am angry at you.” The best way to say this instead is, “I feel angry when you don’t do the dishes because I think it means you don’t consider me.” If you use “I” statements you are only expressing the way you feel about something.
What is wrong with this picture meaning?
The phrase usually points out some sort of hypocritical situation and/or unjust situation. This meaning of “picture” means more like “situation.” What’s wrong with this picture? = What’s wrong with this situation? The phrase usually points out some sort of hypocritical situation and/or unjust situation.
What’s your take means?
It means what’s your opinion you can use it when you ask someone’s view on something.
What’s the problem synonym?
difficulty, issue, trouble, worry, complication, difficult situation, mess, muddle, mix-up. snag, hitch, drawback, stumbling block, obstacle, hurdle, hiccup, setback, catch. catch-22, vexed question, quandary, the rub. predicament, plight, can of worms, hornets’ nest, Gordian knot. misfortune, mishap, misadventure.
What’s the meaning of worry?
Definition of worry (Entry 2 of 2) 1a : mental distress or agitation resulting from concern usually for something impending or anticipated : anxiety. b : an instance or occurrence of such distress or agitation. 2 : a cause of worry : trouble, difficulty.
Whats up meaning?
(idiomatic, colloquial) What are you doing?; what is happening? Synonyms: what’s happening, what’s new, what’s the haps. Hey, what’s up? – Not much, just working. (rhetorical question, colloquial) A casual greeting with a meaning similar to how are you? or nice to meet you.
What’s happening How do you reply?
The simplest response if you don’t have information you want to share immediately with the asker is probably just to say something like “not much”, “not too much”, or “hey (man/dude)”.