- Is it OK to say much appreciated?
- How do you say very much appreciated?
- What does very much appreciated mean?
- Would be greatly appreciated meaning?
- What is another way to say appreciate?
- How do you say your help is appreciated?
- Is it correct to say greatly appreciated?
- How do you say I would appreciate?
- How do you use greatly appreciated in a sentence?
- What is a sentence for appreciation?
- How do you express appreciation?
- What can I say instead of I appreciate it?

## Is it OK to say much appreciated?

Essentially if you are starting a conversation asking for a request, “Much appreciated” is the best sign-off.

When in doubt, it’s always best to use “thank you” in place of “much appreciated”..

## How do you say very much appreciated?

You can say, “I very much appreciate it.” You can also say, “I very much appreciate that.” You can also say many other variations of this, changing word order and tense (“It is very much appreciated.” “It was very much appreciated.”, etc.), and so forth; but what you’ve asked isn’t correct.

## What does very much appreciated mean?

Interjection. much appreciated. An expression of gratitude, appreciation, or politeness in response to something done or given.

## Would be greatly appreciated meaning?

Use this expression to formally ask people for help, money, information, etc.: Your donations would be greatly appreciated. If you have any comments or suggestions, they would be greatly appreciated.

## What is another way to say appreciate?

admire,apprize,esteem,regard,respect,revere,reverence,venerate.

## How do you say your help is appreciated?

“Your help has been invaluable to me, and I don’t know how I would have managed without your help and support. Again, thank you so much. I sincerely appreciate your generosity.” “I really appreciate the time you’ve taken out of your busy schedule to help me out.”

## Is it correct to say greatly appreciated?

Both are grammatically correct. The word “appreciated” is an adjective. … “Greatly” is an adverb and “much” can act as either an adjective or an adverb. “Greatly appreciated” may be a bit more appropriate to use in formal situations.

## How do you say I would appreciate?

I would appreciate it greatly if…I would be so grateful if…You don’t know how much i (would) appreciate this.I’m so grateful for your help with this.Hey, I really appreciate your help with this.I want to tell you how much I appreciate this.You don’t know how much I appreciate your help with this.More items…

## How do you use greatly appreciated in a sentence?

Your prompt attention to this matter would be greatly appreciated. Her kindness was greatly appreciated and I wish her all the best in the future. We greatly appreciate your timely help.

## What is a sentence for appreciation?

Examples of appreciation in a Sentence You’ve been so generous, and I’d like to show my appreciation by cooking a meal for you. She’s shown little appreciation for the effort you’ve made.

## How do you express appreciation?

General Thank-You PhrasesThank you so much.Thank you very much.I appreciate your consideration/guidance/help/time.I sincerely appreciate ….My sincere appreciation/gratitude/thanks.My thanks and appreciation.Please accept my deepest thanks.More items…

## What can I say instead of I appreciate it?

I am much obliged to you.You are so welcome! ( … I am deeply indebted to you.That is very nice of you.That is very kind of you.Thanks for your kind words. ( … Thank you for coming here today (if the person went to see you)I greatly appreciate your kind words (woooww…More items…