Which is correct my condolence or my condolences?
The word “condolences” is almost always used in the plural form; the singular form “condolence” is rather rare when used as a noun. But the singular form, “condolence,” is not rare when it is used as an adjective, for example in the phrases “condolence card” or “condolence message.”
How do I show my condolences?
1. Express sympathy for their loss
- “I’m sorry for your loss.”
- “My deepest sympathies to you and your family.”
- “Words can’t describe how sorry I am for your loss.”
- “Thinking of you at this difficult time.”
- “So sorry to hear about your mother…”.
Can you say my condolences?
I’m sorry for your loss. You have my condolences, and you and your family are in my thoughts. Please accept my deepest condolences for you and your family’s loss. I am thinking of you and sending my love.
Do you say my condolences?
“Accept my condolences” is a common expression of sympathy. The phrase does not generally stand on its own, however. You will usually preface it with “please” or follow it with a reason for offering your condolences.
How many condolences stock photos are available royalty-free?
20,366 condolences stock photos, vectors, and illustrations are available royalty-free.
What to say to someone who lost a loved one?
May The Who Watches Over All Bring Comfort And Strength To You In Your Sorrow. May This Burning Candle Give You Strength Through The Difficult Times Ahead. My Deepest Sympathy My Heart Is Broken By Your Loss.
What to say to someone whose mom passed away?
I Pray To God To Give You Strength To Deal With This Situation And I Hope That Your Mom Is Now Resting In Peace. Please Know That We Share In Your Grief. My Deepest Sympathy In This Hour Of Pain, It’s The Memories, That Keep You Going May You Find Comfort In Them Animated Hourglass Picture