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    Another expression

    Hi

    what is the polite expression to describe that I was very surprised by his/her action/reply ?

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    Re: Another expression

    Is it in the positive way of surprise or negative...( I mean you want to show that you are happy after listening to this or you are sad but still you would like to reply)

    I mean What's the catch here?

    I would say...

    WOW!! That's Great!!

    You Bet!!

    I am stunned!!!

    ~pEaCe~

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    Re: Another expression

    sorry .

    I `ve meant the negative way ... but still polite

    Pls advise .

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    Re: Another expression

    You can still use that,

    That was Stunned!!!

    Stunned means = Shocked

    I think This will be good...because Stunned means "Shocked as well as Surprised" so you may use it..

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    Re: Another expression

    "Well, knock me over with a feather!" Depending upon the tone of voice you use, it can express that you are genuinely and happily surprised, or if you're disappointed or displeased with their action.

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