- What are different ways to think?
- What does hey mean from a guy?
- Is it rude to say you guys?
- What can you say instead of you?
- Can you say guys to a girl?
- What’s another way to say I feel like?
- What is another way to say I feel?
- Are men/unisex words?
- What is the female version of guy?
- Is it appropriate to say guys?
- How do you say professionally to a guy?
- What to say instead of that’s good?
- How do you say I think in other ways?
- Is dude a unisex word?
What are different ways to think?
Here are seven thought habits to get you started on the road to becoming a better thinker:Cultivate strategic thinking.
Engage in inquisitive thinking.
Explore big-picture thinking.
Harness focused thinking.
Utilize risk-oriented thinking.
Rely on shared thinking.
Practice reflective thinking..
What does hey mean from a guy?
Any Variation of ‘Hey’ A casual “hi,” “hey,” or “hello” seems so simple, but it can actually mean a lot. First, the fact that your crush went out of their way to send you a greeting means they were obviously thinking about you. You don’t just send someone a “hi” text just for the heck of it.
Is it rude to say you guys?
It’s perfectly fine to use “you guys”. It’s just informal. Like Hilary said earlier, just avoid using it with women.
What can you say instead of you?
Replace instances of “you” in your essay either by using “individual” or “one” to refer to a single hypothetical person and using “people” to refer to a large group to whom something you’re saying applies. Replace instances of “your” in your essay by using the possessive forms of “individual,” “one,” and “people.”
Can you say guys to a girl?
If it’s just a group of girls you can say “you girls” or “you ladies” or whatever you prefer, but guys is acceptable. You cannot use “guys” generally to refer to women in all situations.
What’s another way to say I feel like?
“I feel like an ice cream.”…What is another word for feel like?wantchoosefeelthink bestfeel inclined tofeel inclinedhave a mind tohave an inclinationenjoydesiderate47 more rows
What is another way to say I feel?
If it is a speech or a more informal paper, “in my opinion” or “from my point of view” could be used. Besides “in my opinion”, “In my experience”, or “to my mind”, you could say, “I see the situation as…” or “My viewpoint is…”.
Are men/unisex words?
Addressing a group of people as “guys” isn’t gender inclusive. True, the word guys has a gender-neutral sense in Dictionary.com of “persons of either sex; people.” But the most common and prominent meaning of the word is “a man or boy; fellow.”
What is the female version of guy?
gal3 Answers. According to the writers of this musical, it’s gal. In more recent times, however, guy seems to have become unisex. In some cases “gal” can be used, and in some cases “girl” can be used.
Is it appropriate to say guys?
The English language doesn’t offer many gender-inclusive alternatives, like the Spanish ustedes or the German ihr. With no good phrase for the plural of ‘you,’ the plural term ‘guys’ ended up evolving into the colloquial alternative to refer to a group of people, regardless of whether group members are male or female.
How do you say professionally to a guy?
In BE, if you are addressing men formally it would be quite usual to say “Gentlemen, please follow me / come this way / let’s sit down…” Of course “Ladies and gentlemen…” does very well in the appropriate circumstances. I would definitely omit the ‘esteemed’ bit, which sounds both false and fulsome.
What to say instead of that’s good?
that’s good / synonymsthat’s great.wow. int.that’s appropriate.that’s wonderful.that’s very well.that’s very good.that’s superb.that’s suitable.More items…
How do you say I think in other ways?
There are many different ways of saying thoughts in English….Ways to Say I THINK.In my opinion…I believe…As far as I can tell…From my point of view…To my mind…It is my view…As far as I’m concerned…It’s my belief that…The way I see things is that…I honestly believe that…5 more rows
Is dude a unisex word?
In the early 1960s, dude became prominent in surfer culture as a synonym of guy or fella. The female equivalent was “dudette” or “dudess”. but these have both fallen into disuse and “dude” is now also used as a unisex term.