Is this correct? (Someone says something you don't like, then you reply) "I am uttering no words". N.B. I want it to have an ironic shade, like a fancy and dignified talk.
Nov 8, 2018 10:21 PM
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Hi Vencenzo, It sounds unnatural to say that you are *uttering no words. Perhaps you can also say: "I'm not talking to you", "I'm not going to say anything" or "I have no comment.", depending on how close you are to the person and the formality.
November 8, 2018
It would be more natural to say, "I'm not going to say anything."
November 8, 2018
You might also say, "I'm at a loss for words."
November 8, 2018
It would be more natural to say ‘I have no words’
November 8, 2018
It would be more simple if you say something like "Hmm sorry no comment" depends on how closer you are to that person. Hope that useful ☺️
November 9, 2018
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