New answers tagged

1

Confirmation or acknolwedgement? To me, "you got it!" is primarily a confirmation of a request, not an acknowledgement of thanks. The use of "thanks" in sentences that are actually requests ("e.g., I'll have a regular coffee, thanks") might make this unclear, but as a response to a simple statement of thanks, "you got it!" doesn't sound natural. My first ...


1

Yes, in the US “you got it!” is used as an informal reply to “thank you”. Even though it may sound a bit confusing, as the last commentator pointed out, the meaning behind it is similar to “sure thing” or “any time”. It is not a simple “you’re welcome” but more so “you are always welcome”, i.e. every time you need my help you will get it, it’s no bother. ...


1

"I will apply to" is not correct in this case. You will "abide by" the terms and conditions or you "agree to" the terms and conditions. An NDA is a binding legal agreement so it it correct to say something like: "I have read, understood and agree to be bound by your Non-disclosure Agreement dated..."


Top 50 recent answers are included