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  1. cherran
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    Its been a pleasure working with you

    What should be the proper response...when some one says "its been a pleasure working with you".
    Thanks.

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    Re: Its been a pleasure working with you

    Thank you. You too.
    Thank you. I've really enjoyed the experience as well.
    Thank you. Me too. I hope we get to work together again soon.

    (Me too = I feel the same way that you do. You too = It was a pleasure working with you too.)

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    Re: Its been a pleasure working with you

    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    Thank you. You too.
    Thank you. I've really enjoyed the experience as well.
    Thank you. Me too. I hope we get to work together again soon.

    (Me too = I feel the same way that you do. You too = It was a pleasure working with you too.)
    Then if someone says 'Glad to meet you', can we respond either 'Me too(=I too)' or 'You too(=Glad to meet you too'?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: Its been a pleasure working with you

    Not so much, no.

    The "me too" is a very colloquial way of saying "I feel the same way," and it only works in some circumstances. The first person needs to make an "I" statement.

    I love you.
    I enjoyed my meal very much.
    I enjoyed working with you.

    If someone said "I am so pleased to meet you" then "me too" is too informal a response. But you could say "Likewise!" to mean that you were pleased to have met him/her.

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