- Why you said so meaning?
- What’s your problem means?
- Who said so meaning?
- What made you think so meaning?
- Who said so book?
- What does it mean if you say so?
- What means your?
- What’s the problem synonym?
- Who says VS Who said?
- Who say or says?
- Why would you say that meaning?
- Is it rude to say what’s your problem?
- Why do people say because I said so?
- What to say when someone says because I said so?
Why you said so meaning?
It means that the only important reason that you have to do something is because your boss told you to.
It means literally what it says.
The fact that they said so, is, in fact, the reason.
The fact that they said so, is, in fact, the reason..
What’s your problem means?
This is a phrase that you can use to start an argument with someone who’s acting angry or rude. “What’s your problem?” means “Why are you acting that way?” But asking someone “What’s your problem?” makes it sounds like you’re criticizing them, so it usually makes people get angrier and start to argue with you.
Who said so meaning?
“Who said so?” is when someone for example says “Come downstairs.” You can then ask “Who said so?” Which means “who told me to come downstairs”.
What made you think so meaning?
what’s makes you think so is generally used on a serious note I guess.. like when the other person says something that you know is not correct but you want to know what made them think that way.
Who said so book?
Who Said So?: A Woman’s Journey of Self-discovery and Triumph over Multiple Sclerosis: Breslow, Rachelle: 9780890876305: Amazon.com: Books.
What does it mean if you say so?
Another offensive phrase: “If you say so.” This phrase is sarcasm in the form of insincere agreement. … It is a sarcastic expression intended to communicate “I don’t agree with you, but I’m going to say this to shut the conversation down.”
What means your?
your/ you’re You’re is short for “you are” and your shows ownership. If you’re getting them mixed up, your secret is safe with us. Better yet, here’s help! It’s your secret.
What’s the problem synonym?
difficulty, issue, trouble, worry, complication, difficult situation, mess, muddle, mix-up. snag, hitch, drawback, stumbling block, obstacle, hurdle, hiccup, setback, catch. catch-22, vexed question, quandary, the rub. predicament, plight, can of worms, hornets’ nest, Gordian knot. misfortune, mishap, misadventure.
Who says VS Who said?
The differences between “says” and “said” is in the tenses that they are used. “Says” is used with the present tense, and “said” is used with the past tense. The main word is “say.” The present tense is “says,” the past is “said,” and the future tense is “will say.”
Who say or says?
According to free dictionary, “Says who?” is used to express disagreement with or defiance against something that someone has just said. And give this example: A: “There’s no way a pipsqueak like you can win this race!” B: “Oh yeah?
Why would you say that meaning?
If you say “why would you say that”, suggests that it’s something that the person wouldn’t expect the other person to say, and is disappointed, not necessarily doubt.
Is it rude to say what’s your problem?
It is usually taken as rude, even if you didnt mean it that way. You might be better to say “that’s an issue you need to deal with”, or “it’s not my job to deal with that”.
Why do people say because I said so?
“Because I said so” makes no sense to you and your friends, because there is no real sense to it. The excuse (and let’s be frank, it is nothing but an excuse) is used by parents who feel they owe their children no explanation.
What to say when someone says because I said so?
The key is to say it calmly after you’ve given a direction clearly and explained your reason once. After it’s said, just go do something else. Don’t allow yourself to be pulled into an argument with your child. If he or she still refuses to comply, you can start giving them consequences for their behavior.