Conversational phrases beginning with S. Select a phrase for more details.
You can say this when describing something that's unfortunate or disappointing.
If what someone says is also true for you, you can say "same here".
You can say this if you, or someone else, is about to give a short speech.
You can say this if you know what someone's going to say next, or you see what they're implying.
You can say this to let someone know you'll respond to their order or request as soon as they make it.
You can say this before saying something good about someone or something that isn't usually liked much.
You can use this to ask someone to tell you when to stop, esp. if you're pouring a drink, putting food on a plate, adding salt to food, etc.
You can say this to emphasize that you don't know the answer to someone's question.
You can say this when showing someone something you've told them about, esp. if they don't believe you.
You can use this when saying it's best to wait and see how things develop before doing anything.
You can say this after explaining something, or after something happens that supports your belief.
You can use this to say good-bye to someone, esp. if you'll be seeing them again in the near future.
You can use this to say something bad that's happened to someone is their own fault and they deserve it.
You can say this if you think someone should feel ashamed because they've done something very wrong.
You can say this if you're annoyed after being told about something that's wrong or unfair.
This can be added to an angry declaration to make it sound decisive and final.
You can add this after you've said something in an unusual, amusing or idiomatic way.
If someone says something that doesn't seem important, or doesn't seem to matter, you can say "so what?"
You can use this to apologize for making a small mistake or for inconveniencing someone.
This is a polite thing to say before speaking to someone, esp. if you don't know them.
You can say this if someone tells you something bad has happened.
You can say this when telling someone something that might disappoint or inconvience them.
You can say this if you think someone's suggestion is a good idea.
You can say this if someone has said something on your behalf that you disagree with.
You can say this if you won't be describing something in detail.
This is a way of telling someone to do what they want to do, esp. if they've ignored your advice or your wishes and you're annoyed with them.
You can say this if you're agreeing to do something, or after someone has thanked you.