- Are you free to talk meaning?
- Can I take some of your time?
- Can you spare few minutes for me?
- Can I have a moment with you?
- Do you have couple of minutes?
- Is Take Your Time rude?
- Can you spare me meaning?
- Is it a good time to talk reply?
- How do I ask for free time to talk?
- How do you ask for time to talk?
- What does it mean when you spare someone?
- Can I call you is correct?
Are you free to talk meaning?
You are wondering if a person is occupied or busy with something at the moment.
You just want to ask the person ‘Are you free to talk a little?’ or ‘Are you available to talk a little?’.
Can I take some of your time?
“May I take some of your time” is a very polite and grammatically correct way to ask for someone’s time. You need to choose a different verb than “say,” however; we don’t “say a story.”
Can you spare few minutes for me?
“Please, spare a few minutes for me,” while grammatically correct strikes the ear as slightly awkward. It is, of course, completely comprehensible. The person is asking someone for time, probably to discuss something that’s one his mind. Depending on the context, I might ask, “May I have a few moments of your time…”
Can I have a moment with you?
For example, you called a person on the phone, or you went to your co-workers office to visit them, and “do you have a moment?” is a way to ask if the other person has time to talk with you, if they are available and not busy. So, “do you have a moment?” is a way to respect that person’s time.
Do you have couple of minutes?
Reader Vam asks whether the phrase a couple of more minutes is acceptable. … When people use this phrase, they usually mean approximately two, not exactly two. In very informal usage, you may hear a couple of + more, as in: a couple of more minutes.
Is Take Your Time rude?
Saying “please take your time” is a polite way to do that because if they rush they to make an appointment they may put themselves in danger.
Can you spare me meaning?
Don’t bother continuing to tell me that; I don’t believe or care about whatever you’re saying. A: “Sorry I’m late. My car broke down halfway here!” B: “Spare me!
Is it a good time to talk reply?
There is no reply that can be called the best reply to such a question. You can only give a polite, proper and correct reply. If you are not free, you can politely say “Not right now, please.
How do I ask for free time to talk?
Depends on your familiarity with them, but I like “hey ^boss’ name^, when you have a free few minutes, I’d like to talk to you about ^whatever^ please. Thanks!” A more formal way might be: “Sir, when you have a free few minutes, I’d like to talk to you about ^whatever^ please. Thank you.”
How do you ask for time to talk?
“Can I talk/speak/have a word with you?Have you got a minute to talk?I need to share something with you when you have a minute.I need a minute or two of your time when you can… just need to tell you something.I know you’re busy, but when you have minute can we talk?Please, see me when you have a minute.More items…
What does it mean when you spare someone?
to prevent someone from experiencing an unpleasant, painful, or embarrassing situation or feeling. spare someone something: Thank God she had been spared the ordeal of surgery.
Can I call you is correct?
“Can I call you?” is used when you want to ask permission to phone someone at an undetermined point in the future. “Shall I call you?” is used when you want to offer to phone someone.