What means assistant?
1 : a person who assists someone : helper also : a person holding an assistantship. 2 : a device or product that provides assistance software assistants personal digital assistant — see pda entry 1.
What do you call a person who assist?
aide. noun. someone whose job is to help another person in their work.
What is a fancy word for assistant?
In this page you can discover 80 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for assistant, like: auxiliary, colleague, subsidiary, adjutant, collaborator, helper, supporter, associate, companion, aide and deputy.
Is assist a formal word?
Assist Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus.
What is another word for assist?
What is a better word for helping?
What is another word for help?
Can you please assist meaning?
This is an extremely polite way to ask someone to help you.
How do you politely ask for help?
- (To) give (someone) a hand / (To) lend (someone) a hand. This is another really common way to ask for help in English.
- To help someone out. Help me out, help you out, help them out.
- (To) help out. It can be with assistance or it can be with money.
- (To) do (someone) a favour.
- I could use some help.
- I could use a hand.
Can you please look into this?
Both of the given sentences — “Can you please look into it?” and “Please look into it” — are ways of asking for someone’s help with the investigation. Both use the word “please,” which makes them somewhat polite.
Do the needful rude?
Please do the needful.” To directly answer the OP’s question, it is exceptionally rude. It is presumptuous in telling rather than asking, and carries a condescending tone.
Do the needful ASAP?
Do the needful is a common phrase in Indian English. It means do that which is needed. If it sounds too clunky or vague to you, or if your audience will be unfamiliar with it, you can politely ask people to do what you need them to do instead. You can also say do what needs to be done.
Is Please can you a question?
“Can” and “could” are both equally polite – the key word is “please“, which is present in both sentences. The sentence beginning with “please can” is a question, and it should have a question mark. It is a mistake/omission by the writer.
Is could you please rude?
Both are correct, and polite (the inclusion of “please” helps add politeness). From least to most polite we have: Do this!
Can you rude?
Using can instead of may isn’t necessarily rude, though there are times when may is considered more polite. It depends on the context. Can refers to ability. May could be used to request permission or to express a possibility.
Can you please sounds rude?
If you ask someone to do something in a rude or controlling manner, saying please does not make it OK. And by adding the word please, it can come off as both patronizing and condescending. In the same ways it can be misinterpreted for exactly the same reasons, even though you might think it to be a fair request.
Is sure rude?
If asked a question that would warrant a “yes “ or “no” answer saying sure could be seen as being rude. Usually it means the person didn’t understand the question and instead of asking for clarity or for the question to be repeated they would say “sure”.
Is it rude to say so?
It’s a rather rude expression of indifference. I’ve never really thought about the source of it, but I suppose it could be a shortened form of the question, “So what does it matter to me?” It puts words to the physical expression of a shrug. Another slangy way of saying “So what” would be: “big deal!”
Does Please advise sound rude?
In the end, there’s nothing grammatically wrong with “please advise.” It’s just a question of usage and style. Some people don’t like it because it can be interpreted as rude or demanding.
Can we use kindly and please together?
Usually, you would not need to use both of these in the same sentence. Please and kindly are both used to be more polite to other people. Having them together would only make sense if you really wanted to emphasize how important it was to be polite.