Discussion in 'English Only' started by idiotjeff, Sep 6, 2008.
how do I respond to "send my regards to John"?
You don't. You pass them on, if you remember, to John when next you meet, or write, him.
It's just a gentle and affectionate way by which the writer is showing he remembers John and hopes you will pass on his good wishes.
if someone is saying send my regards to your mom...and I wanna ask about his/her mom too? how should I say? "same to you too??"
You are more likely to hear "Give my regards to John." A typical response to this is "I will." If someone said "Send my regards to John", I would understand and I would probably respond with "I will."
Separate names with a comma.