What To Say When Someone Apologizes But It’S Not Okay?

What to say instead of it’s fine?

What is another word for it’s fine?it’s all goodall goodthat’s all rightdon’t mention itit’s my pleasurecertainlysureof coursethat’s okayit’s the least I could do17 more rows.

What can I say instead of OK?

Synonyms & Antonyms of OKagreeable,all right,alright,copacetic.(also copasetic or copesetic),ducky,fine,good,More items…

What can I say instead of Im okay?

This is very common. You can also say — I’m doing fine, I’m doing good or I’m doing just great. These phrases are all very common and you can use them in almost any situation.

How do you respond to sorry for bothering you?

There is no proper response to “Sorry to bother you.” I can think of a lot of improper responses, however….…… its a pleasure, never hesitate to ask………. not a problem.…. never a bother… … More informally, to someone very close ,…..my time is all yours……

Is saying no need to apologize rude?

It is not rude to say ‘no problem’ or ‘it is OK’ in response to someone apologizing for something that didn’t affect you much.

What to say when someone says sorry but it’s not OK?

“Thanks, I appreciate your apology.” I’m bad at accepting apologies without resorting to “It’s okay” too, but I find that “Thank you” tends to be the easiest for me to say and, whilst it doesn’t completely respond to “I’m sorry,” it gets the point across well enough. Thank you, I appreciate your apology.

What to say when someone apologizes and you don’t forgive them?

Instead say: “I forgive you” or “I accept your apology”. If you’re not ready to forgive them yet you can say “thank you for your apology”. You also can let them know you don’t accept their apology, especially if it isn’t a proper apology.

What is an insincere apology?

An insincere apology would be something like: I’m sorry you feel that way. I’m sorry if I offended you. I’m sorry, but aren’t you being too sensitive?

What is the reply of sorry?

For something formal or written, you can say I accept your apology. A very common phrase, as @CookieMonster mentions, is It’s OK or It’s all right. Sometimes, people apologize out of politeness, just in case the other person might be offended. In such a situation, people often respond with No worries or No problem.

How do you say OK in a formal way?

“Ok” is not considered formal. It can be used sometimes in formal conversations, but not in writing. Some words you can use in it’s place are “acceptable”, “all right”, or “decent”.

How do you accept someone sorry?

Accepting the Apology. Thank the person for the apology. Start by telling the person you appreciate their apology and their willingness to make amends. This could be a simple, “Thank you for apologizing” or “I appreciate your apology, thank you.”