What can I say instead of Hope this helps?
Some of the better phrases for “hope everything is going well” are:
- Best regards.
How do you say hope for help in email?
I hope this (i.e. this answer/reply/post) helps. [If you included a link, you could say ” I found this definition here (+https..) I hope it helps.]
How do you respond to hope this help?
- A simple “thank you” is sufficient. – Mick Jan 11 ’17 at 15:25.
- Would you like to know how to better word your question? It is perfectly understandable, however, it is not correct English.
- This is too open-ended, plus it’s more about manners than learning English.
Is Hope this helps formal?
1: hope this helps – Informal but commonly used as the subject (I) is implied. Technically, it is not a complete sentence as it does not have a subject.
Which help or helps?
“Helps” is not commonly used as the plural form of help. Places where we can use ‘helps’ is for 3rd person present tense. Howie is a very good guy who helps catch the bad ones. Help can be used either as a verb or noun depending on the context, but not usually used as plural form.
How can I replace I hope?
The phrase I hope refers to an individual’s aspiration or desire….What is another word for I hope?
hopefully here’s hoping all being well fingers crossed touch wood if all goes well if everything turns out all right it is to be hoped that it is hoped that one would hope
How do you end an email sentence?
Here are a few of the most common ways to end a professional email:
- Kind regards.
- Thank you.
- Warm wishes.
- With gratitude.
- Many thanks.
What does I hope this helps mean?
‘Hope this helps’ is a contraction of: ‘I Hope that this (what I have just done/said) is going to help you’ and is perfectly acceptable. It is an expression I have used over the last 5 years on this site when I have given an answer to a contributor’s question.
What is the reply of hope for the best?
When someone says ‘I hope all is well with you’, this a respectful sign showing genuine care and regard. In this case it would be best to reciprocate what the other person has said, to show that you accept their sentiments. You could reply by saying, ‘I hope all is well with you too, thank you for asking! ‘.
Was hoping or hoped?
We use hoping to form one of the progressive tenses, like the present progressive and the past progressive: I am still hoping I’ll go to Paris by the end of the year. He was hoping you’d have time to talk before you left. The past tense of hope is hoped and the past tense of hop is hopped.
Which helps me or which help me?
In general, we use “helps” with third person singular, “help” with all other forms. I help. You help. He/she/it helps.
Do we use to after help?
Help is a special verb in that way – the to is usually dropped from an infinitive when it is modifying help. This form of infinitive is called the bare infinitive: The bare infinitive is used as the main verb after the dummy auxiliary verb do, or most modal auxiliary verbs (such as will, can, or should).
How to find the optimized hopping distance r?
Let us find the optimized hopping distance r which maximizes Ɣ αβ in Equation (77). From the above-mentioned argument, the hopping energy is evaluated to be ɛ = α′ e2 /κ r for a given hopping distance r, with α′ being a numerical factor.
Is it OK to start a sentence with the word ” hoping “?
You are hoping they can help but at such a distance that you are not pleading to them. That would be unprofessional to say nothing of embarrassing to them. The first sentence is OK.
What does ” I hope you can help me ” mean?
Asking if they can help in this matter is correct in that it describes at a polite distance their capacity and perhaps willingness to help. You are hoping they can help but at such a distance that you are not pleading to them.
What’s the proper phrasing for the word ” help “?
A proper phrasing could be “Please let me know if you can help in this matter.” Here the term “this” is keeping the matter at a distance, just as “matter” does, which is what you are seeking for a professional tone.