Me too, you too - responding to "Nice to meet you." | WordReference Forums
“It's great to see you”; “It's very good to see you”; “Nice to see you” (If a lot of time this could be accompanied by: “After so long”); “It's been quite awhile” Or “It's. “Nice to meet you” is used more often during introductions, when y (The word “meeting” in this context means “to have met”.) You are expressing The former would suggest you have just met or been introduced to someone. The latter. Someone has e-mailed me saying: "It was nice to see you yesterday." I would like answer with this words: -- Also for me it has been a pleasure I understand that the meaning change from "it was a really " to "it was really.
Родители… Сьюзан. О Боже… Сьюзан.
Впервые с детских лет Беккер начал молиться. Он молился не об избавлении от смерти - в чудеса он не верил; он молился о том, чтобы женщина, от которой был так далеко, нашла в себе силы, чтобы ни на мгновение не усомнилась в его любви.