What do you say when you appreciate someone or something??

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  1. PassionJunkie profile image67
    PassionJunkieposted 12 years ago

    What do you say when you appreciate someone or something??

    We often hear that a positive attitude makes a difference.When a person is grateful, they make the choice to see the positive in a situation. How do your words when you need to be grateful ???

  2. Multiflavour profile image61
    Multiflavourposted 12 years ago

    For Someone.

    I really appreciate what you have done for me.

    I am so grateful.

    Let's have a cup of coffee together

    Let me give you this present for what you have done to me.

    I like the way you do things.

    Thanks for being so kind to me.

    For Something.

    I will never forget this! Thanks a lot

    You have done really a great job.

    Congratulations. Well done.

    Don't know. Just something that came to my mind! hope you like it. thanks

  3. PassionJunkie profile image67
    PassionJunkieposted 12 years ago

    @ Multiflavour ... Nice thoughts thanks ! smile

  4. Alpha Romeo profile image67
    Alpha Romeoposted 12 years ago

    you could also add some adjectives to make your appreciation sound more genuine and heartfelt.

    things like:

    thanks a ton, buddy ( buddy makes it more friendly)

    I am extremely grateful, seriously ( the seriously part helps remove the feeling of insincerity in the thanks; if any)

    words like extremely, honestly, life saver...help out too.

  5. sofs profile image74
    sofsposted 12 years ago

    Make it simple,
    say what you really feel
    not some stereo type phrases,
    Any meant from the heart works even if you blabber
    I would love to do something along with the words.. may be..
    give some pretty flowers like the one on your avatar!
    a box of chocolates
    a smile a gesture... what ever.. from your heart..

  6. padmendra profile image44
    padmendraposted 12 years ago

    It is very usual that we all start with complimenting the person for the work done and then end up into encouraging and boosting their moral so that the person can do more  wonders in the future. Do not ever make the person feel that this is the last he or she could perform  and also  do not make them feel over confident.

  7. lambservant profile image90
    lambservantposted 11 years ago

    I really treasure my friendships. I tell them I so appreciate their friendship and what a blessing they have been in my life. I do not hesitate to tell my friends I love them.

    If someone, anyone, goes out of their way for me, I tell them I appreciate them going the extra mile for me and that they are exceptional people, workers, etc.

  8. Kiara Dearest profile image58
    Kiara Dearestposted 10 years ago

    I have learned from best experiences in life that a good expression used for this is:

    "It's very nice of you wearing (state the item)"

    "That's nice of you...."

    Something like that. I hope I have helped you.

  9. Edward J. Palumbo profile image85
    Edward J. Palumboposted 8 years ago

    I voice that appreciation, because the opportunity to do so may pass. The simple act of doing one's job well, the extension of a small courtesy or assistance, the well-intended gesture…these ought not be overlooked. Our appreciative response or acknowledgement will likely not be forgotten. There are many thankless jobs and tasks that are typically overlooked or taken for granted, and an appreciative comment will brighten someone's day.


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