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    The reply for "Pleased to meet you"

    "Pleased to meet you".

    The reply to this:

    1- The pleasure is all mine.
    2- Likewise.
    3- Me, too.

    My questions:

    a- What's your opinion about the three replies?

    b- How do you reply on the statement above?

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    Re: The reply for "Pleased to meet you"

    Quote Originally Posted by love-you-mom View Post
    "Pleased to meet you".

    The reply to this:

    1- The pleasure is all mine. 8
    2- Likewise. 5
    3- Me, too. 0
    4- Pleased to meet you too. 10
    My questions:

    a- What's your opinion about the three replies?

    b- How do you reply on the statement above?
    Scale of 1 to 10.

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    Re: The reply for "Pleased to meet you"

    Thanks for your nice comment.


    Pleased to meet you too


    Is there any need to add comma after "you" in:

    Pleased to meet you
    , too.

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    Re: The reply for "Pleased to meet you"

    I wouldn't expect to hear "The pleasure is all mine" except on very formal occasions.

    My preference would be for "Pleased to meet you too" - no comma. I don't like "Me too" but you might hear "You too" which is just a shortened form of "Pleased to meet you too".

    The rather informal "Same here" or "Same for me" might be heard too but they're not very polite.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: The reply for "Pleased to meet you"

    Quote Originally Posted by love-you-mom View Post



    Is there any need to add comma after "you" in:

    Pleased to meet you
    , too.
    The above conversational exchange is not often written down. In speech, a comma — or lack of one — is not an issue.

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    Re: The reply for "Pleased to meet you"

    Quote Originally Posted by love-you-mom View Post
    Thanks for your nice comment.




    Is there any need to add comma after "you" in:

    Pleased to meet you
    , too.
    I would. Others wouldn't.

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