be (only too) pleased to | be happy toFORMAL
This page is about the conversational phrase be (only too) pleased to | be happy to
You can say this if someone asks you to do something, and you're willing or happy to do it.
- "Would you mind collecting my mail while I'm away?"
"I'd be only too pleased to, Doris."
- "Could you sign a copy of your book for me, please?"
"I'd be happy to."
"be (only too) pleased to" is a little more formal than "be happy to"
I said, "I'd be pleased to," after my neighbour asked me
Contributor: Matt Errey