Do we need a comma after the word thrilled? To say the least-Great word
To say the least is a great word to know. It is used to show that what you are describing is in fact much more serious or important than you have suggested. I learnt another word from Mrs. Jody M, but what I wanted to know is do we need a comma after the word "thrilled"?
"Pick on" does mean to tease or bully (though bully is a much stronger word). I'm glad I could help without even realizing I was helping. Because you used "cent percent", and Jeff researched it, I learned a new word -- longcut. I had the opportunity to use it yesterday in a conversation. I was quite thrilled to say the least. The person I used it on wasn't so thrilled because I was picking on him for taking the long way home.
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Person asked the most questions.