Is it correct to say I am forever grateful?

Is it correct to say I am forever grateful?

“I am forever grateful” is OK–nothing is wrong with it–but “I will be forever grateful” is slightly more colloquial: not only are you grateful now, but you intend to (continue to) be grateful in the future.

What will forever be grateful?

“I will be forever grateful for your presence in my life. I am a much better human being because of you. The experience of loving you, living with you, was the greatest journey of my life thus far. You showed me an alternative to the man I was becoming.

What does it mean when someone says forever grateful for you?

means: I am thankful that I have you in my life (someone might say this about their spouse, for example). means: I am thankful about something you did to help me; I feel indebted to you for your kindness.

How do you write grateful forever?

I’ll be forever grateful to him for what we managed to achieve. I will be forever grateful to the club. I’m forever grateful for your existence and my femininity exudes because of you. I will be forever grateful for their help.

What is right greatful or grateful?

Only one of these two words has the correct spelling. Greatful is a misspelling of grateful, and therefore shouldn’t ever be used. Grateful is an adjective that means thankful for something.

Will always be grateful meaning?

warmly or deeply appreciative of kindness or benefits received; thankful: I am grateful to you for your help. expressing or actuated by gratitude: a grateful letter.

What does it mean to be grateful to God?

People who are thankful to God are thankful for those who care for them, as well as God’s blessings to them. The main cause of unthankfulness is not knowing by experience the grace and mercy of God. Thankful people are happy people. Thankful people are content with how God has dealt with them.

What is better thankful or grateful?

Grateful and thankful are both positive feelings of gratitude. The big difference between grateful vs thankful is that grateful implies that you need others to be happy, while you can be thankful without being dependent on others or external occasions.

Where can you use Grateful?

grateful for something She said she was grateful for the support shown by the community. grateful to somebody for something I am extremely grateful to all the teachers for their help. grateful to do something She seems to think I should be grateful to have a job at all. grateful (that…)