Suppose I enthusiastically asked people to do something, and they kindly did it when they didn't have to.
Please tell me a natural way to say "I'm glad that my feeling reached you."
(I guess it's not very natural...)
Thank you for your quick reply, Harry Smith!
But I want to add something to mean "I'm glad that my feeling reached you", after I thank them using those phrases you told me.
Last edited by pink dragon; 12-Dec-2006 at 08:13.
But maybe my way of asking was not very good.
Forget about the situation, and could you just paraphrase it?
Please tell me a better way to say it.
How about "get through to you"...like "I can't get through to her" and "I"m glad I was able to get through to you" to mean my feelings were (or were not) understood by people?
Or any better phrase?