That depends on why they say/said that. Context is important.
Student or Learner
People said "you are(were) blessed" sometimes to me, or by the end of texting message, some would ending up with "blessing". Then how can I reply?
Last edited by ZOEYW; 25-Jul-2014 at 01:40. Reason: additional info.
Context is all the information surrounding the language that is being discussed.
If I holler "Get out of here", it is difficult to understand the intended meaning. If I tell you that the building is on fire, it helps you to understand. That is context.
A:I am going out of town for training next week.
B: You were blessed.
No matter what people talk about by texting, some would end up their message by "blessing".
What do they mean in the two situations? AND how to reply?
Last edited by Rover_KE; 25-Jul-2014 at 07:47. Reason: Deleting unnecessary quote.