I'd say 1 and 2 are the best. I'd say 1 and 2 are the best. RedwoodGroveAug 10, Log in or Sign up.

youre a lifesaver

In AmE, which ones are correct? I can lend to you. Share This Page Tweet. Hi, the link to the lifesaver tags are below. No, create an account now. It's something that won't break the bank but tells the important people in our life how much you appreciate them.

You are wonderful and/or helpful. You brought me coffee? Ah, you're a lifesaver. Thank you much for picking up the cupcakes on your way to the party—you're a.

Someone does something nice for you and you feel like you need to reciprocate? They are grammatically correct but you're unlikely to hear them. Many of those seem to be written by non-native speakers, judging from the questions posted here at WRF. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Jane Hahn June 3, at 6: Discussion in ' English Only ' started by jokaec , Aug 10, I forget to bring my calculator.

youre a lifesaver

I can lend to you. Your name or email address: A common idiom is 'You saved my bacon'. Previous Thread Next Thread. Is this from a test book? Yes I'm sure you do, your that kind of person.

Are the number 3 and 4 wrong or less common? As a middle aged white woman in the Southern USA, I think my likelihood of saying these things in the circumstances is in approximately this order top is most likely: I have an extra one. However, "You are my savior" is idiomatic but would probably be used in somewhat extreme cases.

Previous Thread Next Thread. Yes that's what I said.

you're a lifesaver

Dictionary and thread title search: Oh, today is math exam day. You might say 'You are my angel' in a moment of affection to someone you love, but you wouldn't say it in the OP context. There is a link at the end of the post that takes you to the tags too.

There is a link at the end of the post that takes you to the tags too. Someone does something nice for you and you feel like you need to reciprocate?

Oh, today is math exam day. I don't know if this expression exists in AE.

I have an extra one. But are "you are my lifesaver" and "you are a lifesaver'" both correct? There is a link at the end of the post that takes you to the tags too. And I'd only use the "savior" option if I knew they were not religious, as if they were religious, I would fear it would offend or be taken wrongly I think that covers all the mentioned options, anyway Order will vary depending on who is speaking and who they are speaking to and where they are, I believe.

youre a lifesaver

tennesseetranslation.com you the happiest person in the world tennesseetranslation.com your life by telling you good news or Thank you so much for fixing my car, man, you're a real lifesaver!.

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youre a lifesaver

Discussion in ' English Only ' started by jokaec , Aug 10, Yes, my password is: Check out the candy stands that are right at the check out stands.

savior vs. lifesaver vs. angel

life-saver definition: 1. someone or something that gives you a lot of help when you are in a very difficult situation: 2. a person on a beach or at a swimming pool .

They are grammatically correct but you're unlikely to hear them. Dictionary and thread title search: Someone does something nice for you and you feel like you need to reciprocate? South East England English - England. I can lend to you. Anonymous June 6, at 6:

Thank you so much. A common idiom is 'You saved my bacon'.

youre a lifesaver

Discussion in ' English Only ' started by jokaec , Aug 10, Is this from a test book? They are grammatically correct but you're unlikely to hear them. Discussion in ' English Only ' started by jokaec , Aug 10, Check out the candy stands that are right at the check out stands. You might say 'You are my angel' in a moment of affection to someone you love, but you wouldn't say it in the OP context. Yes, my password is:

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