Married or single is fine.
For that,I will always love you on some level.
Discussion in ' English Only ' started by claude23 , Dec 15, Log in or Sign up. Dictionary and thread title search: I had a good time with your company? Previous Thread Next Thread. Good evening, What should i say to a person? I had a good time in your company or with your company. What should I say if I use company?
I suggest, "I enjoyed your company. I don't think "company" is that formal. If I'm talking to a good friend, I might say, "Your company is always a treat," or "I always enjoy your company," or even "I always love being around you. Isotta , Dec 15, I agree with you, Isotta. The word "company" itself isn't formal, and I think your sentence "I enjoyed your company" is very suitable.
What I meant was that I see the sentence "I enjoyed being in your company" as formal. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is:
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Oct 25, · Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Company Tonight · Simani The Country Side Of, Vol. 1 ℗ Simani Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube. I Just Want Your Company lyrics by Linkin Park - lyrics explanations and song meanings. Ain't nothing working, ain't nothing right / There's a whole I'm looking for trouble tonight No momma don't trust me tonight You be the center baby, I'll be the quarter back High get the tail back, watchin all the play back. Dec 29, · Company = companionship; pleasant visitors (non-count noun) I enjoy your company = I enjoy being with you. People in the hospital really need some company; it helps them get better. (company = visitors who will give pleasant conversation.).