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How do you tell someone that they look old?
Describing how old someone looks, seems or feels – thesaurus
- age. verb. to look or seem older.
- age. verb. to make someone look or seem older.
- ageless. adjective.
- be two years/ten years etc someone’s junior. phrase.
- date. verb.
- feel your age. phrase.
- fresh-faced. adjective.
- girlish. adjective.
What do you say when someone says it’s been a long time?
You can say “No problem” or you can say “It has been a while, hasn’t it?” or “No problem – I know you’ve been busy.” Or you could just skip right over that part and answer the rest of the email.
How do you compliment an old person?
The 40 Best Compliments to Give People Over 40
- “You always know the right thing to say.” iStock.
- “Your perspective is refreshing.” Shutterstock.
- “You’re fun to be around.” Shutterstock.
- “You have great energy.” Shutterstock.
- “I appreciate you.”
- “I am grateful for how you show up.”
- “You’re a great friend.”
- “You’re kind.”
How do you say it’s been a long time since we talked?
To be correct – It’s been a while since we spoke or its been a long time since we spoke. It’s fine to be more succinct but it would sound more correct.
How do you say its been a while?
“It’s been a while” is only correct when the apostrophe is included. The apostrophe must be used because it shows where letters have been removed.
How do you compliment an old friend?
What to Say to Someone
- You are more fun than anyone or anything I know, including bubble wrap.
- You are the most perfect you there is.
- You are enough.
- You are one of the strongest people I know.
- You look great today.
- You have the best smile.
- Your outlook on life is amazing.
- You just light up the room.
How do you use it’s been a long time?
Basically, “It’s a long time” is “It is a long time” and present tense as far as I’m concerned; and “It’s been a long time is “it has been a long time” and past tense. Roniy: you need to use past tense or future. If it’s been a long time since you were at school, that was in the past.
What should I do when people call me old?
Be careful of people’s motives when they call you old. Some people that really have a mental illness that don’t won’t to grow up, just like that movie with Betty Davis where she played Baby Jane. She was jealous of her sister success, used her sister for finances, lived in her sisters house, but hurt her emotionally, mentally and physically.
Is it a question to ask someone if they are old?
It isn’t a question. Kind of like someone saying they have grey hair. Now, if there is more to what they were saying, like they said they are old because they are telling you that they need help, or telling you that they cannot manage what you are expecting, then you can recognize that, and respond about that issue.
Here are some classics: If: Younger than you – “Wait till you get to be my age.”. Same age – “You and me both.”. Older but in good shape – “I just hope I look as good as you when I get to be your age. Showing their age – “You’re not getting older, you’re getting wiser/better.”.
How do you deal with people who are too young?
They have yet to truly live their lives. They don’t have a clue about literally billions of things. Laugh and brush them off for what they are: children. Naive children. One day, all the things they cherish will be considered ‘old’ too and sooner than they realize.