- What does I’ll keep you posted mean?
- What do Posted mean?
- Where did the phrase Keep me posted come from?
- Will we keep informed or informed?
- What is a more formal way of saying I will keep you updated?
- How do you say keep you posted?
- Can you please keep me posted?
- Will keep you posted on the progress meaning?
- How do you respond to keep in touch?
- How do you say let you know professionally?
- Will we keep in touch?
- What does it mean when someone says posted?
- Have been posted meaning?
- What is the difference between stay in touch and keep in touch?
- What to say when someone tells you keep in touch?
- Will keep you posted meaning?
- What does staying Posted mean?
- Will let you know if there is any update?
What does I’ll keep you posted mean?
to regularly give someone information about something that they are interested in, for example how a situation is changing or developing.
Not much has happened so far, but I’ll keep you posted.
Synonyms and related words.
+ To tell someone something, or to give information..
What do Posted mean?
One meaning of bill has always been a printed announcement or. advertisement, as in billboard. Posting means displaying, a legal term.
Where did the phrase Keep me posted come from?
The origin of the expression to keep someone posted is lost in the mists of time. It may have come from the verb to post meaning to nail public documents and information to a wooden post in the public square, a common practice in the Middle Ages. Another possibility is the use of the word post to mean mail.
Will we keep informed or informed?
inform = present tense. informed = past tense. Why the second one is correct. You mean the verb after keep can not use present tense.
What is a more formal way of saying I will keep you updated?
“I will keep you updated” is already considered formal, but you could also say “I will keep you apprised” or “I will keep you informed”. “I will keep you informed.” As a lawyer, one of the most common ways to express this sentiment is “I/We will keep you appraised of further developments”.
How do you say keep you posted?
keep you posted / synonymskeep you updated. phr.give you an update. phr.keep you apprised. phr.keep you up to date. phr.let you know. phr.keep you informed. phr.update. v.you up to speed. phr.More items…
Can you please keep me posted?
Please keep me posted means to keep someone up-to-date on a situation. The person wants to know when something new develops in regards to an ongoing situation in which they, too, are interested in the outcome.
Will keep you posted on the progress meaning?
The speaker just wants you to give him regular updates on what is going on. If someone asks you to keep them posted on the general progress of a project, you may want to say, “Ok. I’ll keep you updated.” Alternatively, if they are waiting for some specific information you can say, “Ok.
How do you respond to keep in touch?
what to say when someone tells you “keep in touch”? You can respond by saying, “Yes, let’s keep in touch.”
How do you say let you know professionally?
The phrase let you know typically refers to the act of informing someone. Here’s a list of synonyms for inform….What is another word for let you know?telladvisebriefenlightenapprisenotifyacquaintinstructedifyupdate157 more rows
Will we keep in touch?
“Keep in touch!”, “Stay in touch!”, “Be in touch!” they all mean to keep communication, to stay in contact, stay in communication with a person. … And you can use, especially “Keep in touch” when you’re saying good bye to a person that you’re not sure if you will see them again for a long time.
What does it mean when someone says posted?
staying at the same location. Person 1: Are you gonna be at your place still in an hour? Person 2: Yeah I’m posted.
Have been posted meaning?
Hi, “have been plus past participle” is the passive form of the present perfect. If you did the action (posting) you would say “I have posted those cards”, but if you want to put the emphasis on the posting, you could say “Those cards have been posted”, in the second case, who did the posting is not important.
What is the difference between stay in touch and keep in touch?
Originally Answered: what’s the difference between keep in touch and stay in touch? You would usually say stay in touch to someone who is far away from you while keep in touch can be said to someone who is far away from you as well as to someone who is near you but you want to remain in contact with them .
What to say when someone tells you keep in touch?
Depends on whether or not you intend to keep in touch. If you will, you say, “I will.” If you are happy about keeping in touch you can say, “Thanks, I will…” other variations depedning on what you want to communicate. If you do not want to keep in touch …
Will keep you posted meaning?
to make sure someone knows what is happening, esp. in a situation that is quickly changing: The doctors kept me posted about her condition.
What does staying Posted mean?
If you keep posted about something, you keep up-to-date with information and developments.
Will let you know if there is any update?
Try this – “I will notify you of further updates. This is common in business AmE. More colloquial, and common in casual situations: I’ll let you know if anything changes.