Expressing and Responding Sympathy

Expressing and Responding Sympathy

       Expressing and Responding Sympathy. Have a nice meeting again to our beloved visitor, Great Friends.

    This is another article related to speaking after introducing someone’s self and asking for repetition.

      When we hear someone being sad or in tears, we usually express our sympathy to him/her. Sympathy expression is used to express our sympathy to his/her grief.

       There are many expressions to show our sympathy to other people.

Some of the examples are shown below.

I am sorry to hear that.

I know how your felling is.

Be patient, It would be Ok soon.

I sympathize about the situation that happened

What an terrible situation for you

I cannot tell you how sorry I am

I’m sad to hear that.

I’m deeply sorry to hear about ….

I feel sorry for you.

That’s  too bad

What a pity of you !

Be patient, it would be better soon

I take my sympathy to you

I sympathize with your condition

I know how is your feeling

It would be OK soon.

And below are some responses of sympathy.

I do hope so.

Thank you so much.

I really appreciate your sympathy

Thank you for your support.

Thank you for your sympathy

Thank you.

That’s very kind of you.

You’re right.

It’s God will, I suppose

It’s very kind of you

I hope so

I would be OK, thank you very much for your support

Here is the example of dialogue using sympathy expression and its response.

Taty  : Why do you look so sad Rina ?

Rina  : I lost my wallet.

Taty  : I am sorry to hear that.  How can you lost your wallet? When did it happen?

Rina  : I don’t know exactly, But I think when I went to the market.

Taty  : You should contact the police and make an announcement about losing wallet

Rina  : Oke Amy, Thank you so much for your support. I will try it.

Hopefully it’ll be useful.

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