1 That's true
Mind you a phrase introducing something that should be taken into consideration. Sp. recuerda. He's very well dressed, but mind you, he's got plenty of money to buy clothes. Lisa is unfriendly to me, but mind you, she's never very nice to anyone.
2 But looking at it another way
3 I never thought of that
4 Yes and no.
5 Having said that
Alternatively /ɔːlˈtɜːnətɪvli/ used to introduce a suggestion that is a second choice or possibility. E.g. The agency will make travel arrangements for you. Alternatively, you can organize your own transport.
1 I never thought of that
2 I'm with you there
3 That makes sense
4 But looking at it another way
5 I know what you mean
6 on the other hand
7 Having said that
Okay, well anything to add?
Can you think of anything else?
Any other suggestions?
1. What else?
2. Can you tell us more?
3. Can you go into more detail?
4. Is there anything we've missed?
5. Anyone managed to come up with other ideas?
Ex 9 A
1 Can you tell us more?
2 Can you go into more detail?
3 Is there anything we've missed?
4 Can you think of anything else?
5 Anyone managed to come up with other ideas?
come up with something [no passive] to find or produce an answer, a sum of money, etc. E.g. She came up with a new idea for increasing sales. How soon can you come up with the money?