Is done or has done?
Generally, when people have completed a work job or task, they say “It is done”. “It is done” is the passive form of “I do it”. the possive form of “I have done it”, I expect poeple to use “It has been done”.
What is another word for well done?
What is another word for well-done?
|good on you
||good for you
|take a bow
||way to go
What can I say instead of good job?
Here is the list of 100 alternative phrases to say instead of good job or very good:
- You’re on the right track now!
- You’ve got it made.
- That’s right!
- That’s good.
- I’m very proud of you.
- You’re really working hard today.
- You are very good at that.
- That’s coming along nicely.
Is well done a compliment?
You say ‘Well done’ to indicate that you are pleased that someone has done something good. ‘Well done,’ said Claud in admiration.
How do you say you did a good job?
For a job well done
- Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for.
- Wonderful, this is more than I expected.
- This is so great I don’t need to make any revisions to it at all.
- I appreciate your critical thinking around this project.
- Well done—and ahead of deadline too!
- You are such a team player.
How do you respond when someone says well done?
And if you find yourself at a loss for words, try these responses:
- For a job well done: “Thank you.
- For a speech, performance, article, or work of art: “Thank you.
- For your help: “Thank you.
- If you caught a mistake that was missed by others: “Thanks for noticing.
- In any other situation: “Thank you.
How do you compliment someone doing well done?
The Top 20 Employee Compliments
- “Having you on the team makes a huge difference.”
- “You always find a way to get it done – and done well.”
- “It’s really admirable how you always see projects through from conception to completion.”
- “Thank you for always speaking up in team meetings and providing a unique perspective.”
What does it mean when someone says well done?
You say Well done to indicate that you are pleased that someone has done something good.
How do you use well done?
used as a way of praising someone and saying that you are pleased about and approve of something they have done: “I passed the test.” “Well done!”
What’s a fancy word for good?
SYNONYMS FOR good 1 pure, moral, conscientious; meritorious, worthy, exemplary, upright. 2 adequate. 3 outstanding, admirable.
How do you use well done in a sentence?
It is fair to say that, on the whole, it has been well done. It has been very well done and it was very badly needed. I should have thought that was pretty well done at present. I am not going to list what has been done—and well done—since then, and much that needs to be done.
What is the most positive word?
Top 25 Positive Words In English
- Laughter. Laughter is the sound of someone laughing.
- Unconditional. Unconditional means there are no conditions attached.
- Smiling. Smiling is laughing in a smaller, quieter way.
- Hope. Hope is the expectation that something will happen.
Do you put a comma after well done?
It depends on how you want your readers to read your sentence. If you want them to pause before indeed, then you need a comma, otherwise you don’t. Well done indeed, Sir.
Did good or did well?
Here is the rule: Use “well” as an adverb (describes a verb) and use “good” as an adjective (describes a noun). These are examples of correct usage: “The car runs well.” ; “I did well.” ; “He is a good puppy.” ; “He did a good job.”
Did pretty good or well?
Firstly, in formal English we would say “you did pretty well”. This is because well is an adverb, so it describes how the verb was done. Informally we often say “you did pretty good”, but it’s not correct because good is either an adjective or a noun, not an adverb.
Are you doing well or good?
Both are correct BUT ‘good’ is an adjective and ‘well’ is an adverb. ‘I am doing good’ is how a lot of Americans speak, and a lot of British pedants (like me) get very angry and insist that it should be ‘I am doing well’. It’s the old prescriptive over descriptive grammar argument.
How do you know when to use good or well?
The rule of thumb is that good is an adjective and well is an adverb. Good modifies a noun; something can be or seem good. Well modifies a verb; an action can be done well. However, when you’re talking about health, well can be used as an adjective.
How are you I’m good or I’m well?
Therefore, “I’m good,” is a proper response. “I’m well” is also allowed but not for the reasons many think. That response only works if “well” takes on its adjectival form, meaning “in good health” or “good or satisfactory.” Now, if someone asks “How are you doing?” “I’m doing well” is the correct response.
Did you sleep well or did you sleep good?
The correct usage is ‘slept well’. ‘Well’ is an adverb; it is used to describe (give more information about) verbs. In your example, ‘well’ is describing the verb ‘slept’ (past tense of ‘sleep’); you’re talking about how you slept. “Yes, I had a good sleep, thank you.”
Is it feel good or feel well?
One of the most usual, and most uneducated of all daily, indeed hourly, mistakes is “I feel good” for “I feel well.” This is absolutely illiterate. Goodness refers to morality, not health.
Are u feeling better?
Used to ask someone who has been feeling unwell, either physically or emotionally, if there has been an improvement in their condition.
How do you know you’re not feeling well?
There are a few ways to express how we feel:
- “I don’t feel well.” “I am feeling sick.”
- “I am feeling very tired today.” “I have been feeling very run-down lately.”
- “I have a bad headache.” “I have a sore arm.”
- “I’m sorry you’re not feeling well. Maybe you should go home to bed?”
- “I’m still not feeling well.”
Which is grammatically correct I feel bad or I feel badly?
Feel is a verb, so shouldn’t what comes after it be—and look like—an adverb? The answer is: no. Like ‘be’ or ‘look’, ‘feel’ is a linking verb. That means that “I feel bad” is correct—just like “I feel sad” (rather than “I feel sadly”) or “that looks delicious” (rather than “that looks deliciously”).
Is badly proper English?
The word bad is an adjective and should be used to modify nouns and pronouns. Badly, like most words ending in -ly, is an adverb and is used to modify verbs. So it would be appropriate to use an adverb ending in -ly to describe how she has done . . . and unfortunately for Amanda, it is badly. She did badly on the test.
Is so badly correct grammar?
There’s no subtle grammatical point, here. The verb, want, is being modified, so you need an adverb (“badly”). The reason you hear “I want it so bad” is just because a lot of people often use adjectives where they should use adverbs.
How do you reply to I feel sorry for you?
simply you can say “ok its all right”or “oh leave it”. It depends. If the act was deliberately done to cause you pain and you were hurt it’s still not fair to say “it’s alright”. If the person says “sorry” , you can simply say or ask “why did you do that?”.