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I can't always make up my minds how to appreciate someone's comments.
(Would "I don't know what to describe in response to..." be better?)
I don't have enough vocabulary to express thanks. I would glad if you let me know good phrases.
I also had a trouble with how to reply when I got online English lessons.
How can I say in response to "Do you have any questions?"
When I replied "Nothing" or "No problem", teachers often looked waiting my words.

誰かのコメントに対して、どう返したらいいのかいつも分からない。
感謝に用いる語彙が不足している。もし、何かいいフレーズを知っていたら教えてほしい。
オンライン英会話を受講していたときにも、同じような問題が生じていた。
「何か質問」ありますかとの質問に何と返すのが正しいんだろう。
「何も」とか「問題ありません」と返すと、決まって先生は何か私の言葉を待つような顔をするのだ。

1 year, 4 months ago
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duncan140
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1 year, 4 months ago
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I can't always make up my minds on how to appreciate someonpeople's comments.
"someone's" sounds like you mean a *specific person* e.g. your mum. "people's comments" sounds like it is *multiple people's* comments you are dealing with
(Would "I don't know what to describesay in response to..." be better? )
with "say", maybe. Both work
I don't have enough vocabulary to express thanksgratitude.
"I'm very grateful" is a very polite way to say thank you :)
It is too formal to say to your friends, however
I would be glad if you would let me know some good phrases.
need "be" to be there as a verb in this conditional statement. "glad" is an adjective, and you/he/she have to "be" it:
I *am* happy -- I would *be* happy

The sky *is* grey -- if there were no clouds, it would be blue
I also had a trouble with how to reply when I got online English lessons.
good sentence
HowWhat can I say in response to "Do you have any questions?
"How can I respond to..." works too.

Ask them questions! They're there to help you learn english and there are no stupid questions
When I replied "Nothing" or "No problem", teachers often looked, waiting my wordsfor me to say something.
"Nothing" and "No problem" are maybe a bit blunt? You could say "No questions, you have explained it well. Thank you" if you fully understand. This is also formal enough to say to a teacher
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Saint_Pepsi
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1 year, 4 months ago
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I can't always make up my minds how to appreciate someonSometimes, I don't know what to answer to people's comments.
This is closer to what you meant. "appreciate" would mean you don't know how to interpret what someone has said (as a compliment, as a neutral sentence, as a blame etc)
I would glad if you could let me know some good phrases.
I also had a tsimilar prouble with how to reply when I gotm after taking online English lessons.
"trouble" is uncountable, but "problem" is not
HowWhat can I say in responseanswer to "Do you have any questions?"
When I replied "Nothing" or "No problem", teachers often looked waiting my wordat me as if they were expecting further answers.
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fabledlamb
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1 year, 4 months ago
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I can't always make up my minds on how to appreciate someone's comments.
I would personally phrase this: "I can't always make up my mind on how to show thanks (/ gratitude/appreciation) for someone's comments."
(Would "I don't know what to describe in response to..." be better? )
I don't have enough vocabulary to express thanks.
I would be glad if you let me knowshared some good phrases with me.
I also had a trouble with how to reply when I gottook online English lessons.
HowWhat can I say in response to "Do you have any questions?
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When I replied "Nothing" or "No problem", teachers often looked at me, waiting myfor more words.
I tried to modify the sentence to convey the meaning more directly but I might have missed what you were trying to say.
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  • I can't always make up my minds how to appreciate someone's comments.
  • I can't always make up my minds on how to appreciate someonpeople's comments.

    "someone's" sounds like you mean a *specific person* e.g. your mum. "people's comments" sounds like it is *multiple people's* comments you are dealing with
  • I can't always make up my minds how to appreciate someonSometimes, I don't know what to answer to people's comments.

    This is closer to what you meant. "appreciate" would mean you don't know how to interpret what someone has said (as a compliment, as a neutral sentence, as a blame etc)
  • I can't always make up my minds on how to appreciate someone's comments.

    I would personally phrase this: "I can't always make up my mind on how to show thanks (/ gratitude/appreciation) for someone's comments."
  • 1 (Would "I don't know what to describe in response to..." be better? )
  • (Would "I don't know what to describesay in response to..." be better? )

    with "say", maybe. Both work
  • 1 I don't have enough vocabulary to express thanks.
  • I don't have enough vocabulary to express thanksgratitude.

    "I'm very grateful" is a very polite way to say thank you :)
    It is too formal to say to your friends, however
  • I would glad if you let me know good phrases.
  • I would be glad if you would let me know some good phrases.

    need "be" to be there as a verb in this conditional statement. "glad" is an adjective, and you/he/she have to "be" it:
    I *am* happy -- I would *be* happy

    The sky *is* grey -- if there were no clouds, it would be blue
  • I would be glad if you let me knowshared some good phrases with me.

  • I would glad if you could let me know some good phrases.

  • I also had a trouble with how to reply when I got online English lessons.
  • I also had a trouble with how to reply when I gottook online English lessons.

  • I also had a trouble with how to reply when I got online English lessons.

    good sentence
  • I also had a tsimilar prouble with how to reply when I gotm after taking online English lessons.

    "trouble" is uncountable, but "problem" is not
  • How can I say in response to "Do you have any questions?
  • HowWhat can I say in response to "Do you have any questions?

  • HowWhat can I say in response to "Do you have any questions?

    "How can I respond to..." works too.

    Ask them questions! They're there to help you learn english and there are no stupid questions
  • HowWhat can I say in responseanswer to "Do you have any questions?"

  • 1 "
  • When I replied "Nothing" or "No problem", teachers often looked waiting my words.
  • When I replied "Nothing" or "No problem", teachers often looked at me, waiting myfor more words.

    I tried to modify the sentence to convey the meaning more directly but I might have missed what you were trying to say.
  • When I replied "Nothing" or "No problem", teachers often looked, waiting my wordsfor me to say something.

    "Nothing" and "No problem" are maybe a bit blunt? You could say "No questions, you have explained it well. Thank you" if you fully understand. This is also formal enough to say to a teacher
  • When I replied "Nothing" or "No problem", teachers often looked waiting my wordat me as if they were expecting further answers.

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