“Just so you know” It’s more a phrase that intends to make sure the listener actually knows something. The speaker has some doubt as to whether the listener is aware yet. “I’m telling you this because you might not know already”.
- 1 Is it rude to say just so you know?
- 2 How do you use just so you know in a sentence?
- 3 What does just so so mean?
- 4 How do you say FYI politely?
- 5 How do you say just to let you know formally?
- 6 Is it rude to say just to be clear?
- 7 Is FYI considered rude?
- 8 How do you ask someone to keep you updated?
- 9 Is just so you know a correct English?
- 10 What does Jsyk mean in text?
- 11 What does I just know mean?
- 12 How do you use just so so?
- 13 How do you respond to Soso?
- 14 What is a Soso relationship?
Is it rude to say just so you know?
Yes it is correct and no it is not necessarily rude. For example I might say to my boss while processing a sale, “Just so you know, it looks like the inspection contingency on this is only 5 days instead of 10.” He will probably thank me for pointing out this fact because it is important and he might not have seen it.
How do you use just so you know in a sentence?
“Just so you know” is a phrase that is used when giving information you are not obligated to give, or giving information as courtesy. I deactivated my profile on the dating website, just so you know. Just so you know, I am not seeing her from the last month.
What does just so so mean?
The definition of so-so is something that is just alright, neither good nor bad. A bland TV dinner that you can eat but that you aren’t excited about is an example of something you might describe as so-so. adjective. 1.
How do you say FYI politely?
Perhaps one of these might work:
- I’d just like to bring to your attention + an issue / a recent discovery / an interesting fact.
- I would just like to update you on
- I’d like to notify you that
- Just so you know
- Just so you’re aware
How do you say just to let you know formally?
” I would like to inform you that…” (But that’s a bit too formal.) “I would like to let you know that ” (Better.)
Is it rude to say just to be clear?
Just so we’re all clear, no one should invite her to the party. To be clear, when the boss says she’ll think about it, she really means no. Just to be clear, you want me to deliver the pizza after 4 PM?
Is FYI considered rude?
“ FYI” is just rude and can easily become a tool in passive aggressive communication when forwarding an email from someone else – “FYI, you should know about this”.
How do you ask someone to keep you updated?
If someone asks you to keep them posted on the general progress of a project, you may want to say, “ Ok. I’ll keep you updated.” Alternatively, if they are waiting for some specific information you can say, “Ok. I’ll let you know as soon as we hear something.”
Is just so you know a correct English?
Senior Member. “Just so you know” It’s more a phrase that intends to make sure the listener actually knows something. The speaker has some doubt as to whether the listener is aware yet. “I’m telling you this because you might not know already”.
What does Jsyk mean in text?
abbreviation. just so you know.
What does I just know mean?
Hey Wanabee. “I just know it” means “I don’t know why I know it, but my instinct tells me”.
How do you use just so so?
Just so is used to agree with or confirm a statement that has been made.
How do you respond to Soso?
Be aware that “So-so” will often be interpreted by an anglophone as a euphemism for “not very well, actually”. Unless things are clearly negative, the usual response is the meaningless “Fine, thanks”.
What is a Soso relationship?
S.O. is the abbreviation for significant other which could mean a spouse, life partner, or someone in a long-term, committed relationship.