What can I say instead of I hear you?

What can I say instead of I hear you?

I hear you synonym, I hear you definition | Thesaurus

  • 1 attend, be all ears (informal) catch, eavesdrop, give attention, hark, hearken (archaic) heed, listen in, listen to, overhear.
  • 2 ascertain, be informed, be told of, discover, find out, gather, get wind of (informal) hear tell (dialect) learn, pick up, understand.

What does it mean when a guy says I hear ya?

“I hear ya,” means literally “I hear the words you are saying,” and it might imply that I understand what you are telling me, but the reason I would say this is as a polite response when I want the speaker to know I am not disagreeing with them, but I do not want to sound like I am joining them in any action related to …

What’s another way to say I understand?

It’s crystal clear – This can be said to let someone know that you completely understand something. I get it. I hear what you are saying – This is another phrase which can be used in a similar way to ‘I see your point/I take your point/I see where you are coming from. Got it!

What I have heard meaning?

phrase​spoken. DEFINITIONS1. used for giving information based on what people have told you rather than on what you know is true.

Is it here ye or hear ye?

In a command the subject is always “you.” so instead of listen it is (you) listen or “listen, you”. Ye is an archaic word for you. So “Hear ye” means “You hear” or “hear, you”. Commands always have a verb, so the word “here” would not be correct.

What does Same here mean?

Definition of same here informal. —used to say that one thinks, feels, or wants the same thing as someone else “I’m tired.” “Same here.””I’ll have a coffee.” “Same here, please.”

Is it rude to say I understand?

On the face of it, the statement “I understand” is the perfect expression of empathy. Unlike Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen’s character in the sitcom), we usually mean it. We are sincere when we say it, so for me to suggest that ‘I understand’ is arrogant may sound insulting. But think of it this way.

How do you say noted politely?

Greetings, One could say: “cordially noted”, “graciously noted”, “politely noted”, “thoughtfully noted”, “agreeably noted”. Hope it helps, Wishing you a great day.

Is it correct to say I hear?

“I’m hearing you” is valid in (contemporary) English, and in some situations it will have a similar meaning to “I hear you”, but in others it won’t. “I hear you” has two main meanings: “I can hear you” — i.e. your words (or other sounds you are making) are reaching my ears loudly and clearly enough to be made out.