What did you say your name was i didn tA great memorable quote from the High Plains Drifter movie on Quotes.net – Mordacai: What did you say your name was again? The Stranger: I didn‘t. Mordecai: No. I.
What Does I Didn't Hear Your Name Mean?
I didn’t hear your name. Typically prompts the listener to repeat their name. A: "Sorry, I didn’t catch your name." B: "I’m Joe. Nice to meet you."
Why Do People Say'i Didn't Quite Catch Your Name?
"I didn’t quite catch your name" doesn’t necessarily mean it was announced, just they didn’t catch it, ie. they didn’t get it. Are you telling me you just wait for a lapse in conversation and say: "What’s your name?" randomly? Nothing wrong with that, it just seems weird. It’s a bit like… "Where are you from?"
What Does “I Didn't Quite Catch Your Name” Mean?
"I didn’t quite catch your name" doesn’t necessarily mean it was announced, just they didn’t catch it, ie. they didn’t get it. Are you telling me you just wait for a lapse in conversation and say: "What’s your name?"
What Does I Didn’t Get You Mean?
I didn’t get you can be used to show you did not understand a particular thing a person said. It can be because of your lack of attention, or because of their lack of clarification. But it does not mean you generally don’t understand a person- it indicates to a particular situation/thing. – I am sorry, i didn’t get you; i wasn’t hearing.
What Does It Mean When You Hear Your Name Being Called?
These gentle reminders, like hearing your name being called, normally come at a time when you least expect it, but most often, it is when you need to feel your loved one’s presence.
Why Does My Name Sound Weird When I Hear It Called?
It is perfectly normal. The brain receives a lot of background noise and is tuned to perk up under certain circumstances. Hearing you name called is a perk up signal. I would assume that your brain is hearing a sound close to your name, with the Shhhh sound and just translating that into your name.
What Does I Haven't Heard From Him Until Now Mean?
I understand that "I haven’t heard from him until now" means "I didn’t hear from him before and I just hear (d) from him now". But what about "I didn’t hear from him until now"? Does it mean the same as the previous sentence, or "I haven’t heard from him ever, not even now"? Is it grammatical and does it sound natural?
Why Does My Loved One Call My Name When I Say It?
Another reason why your loved one might be calling your name is if that person you are hearing recently died. After a loved one passes, the first thing they do is try to let you know they are ok.
Why Do People Say Sorry I Didn't Catch Your Name?
People use "Sorry, I didn’t catch your name…" because just coming out with "What’s your name?" mid conversation, or even just as you meet someone, sounds a bit abrupt.. a little like a police officer demanding you give them your information. It’s the same reason hairdressers ask if you’re going "anywhere nice?"