What does " you never cease to amaze me" mean?


It means you continue to surprise me.

And it can mean that in a good way, or in a bad way, so listen to the person's tone of voice.

They may mean that they cannot believe how much you accomplish, understand, know, take time to be helpful to others, and such.

Or they may mean it the way my Mom always did -- it was her way of saying "How dumb can one person be!"

I guess in the long run, it means that you have gone one more step down your usual path than the speaker thought a person could go -- so if you're doing good things, the speaker thinks you are pretty great, and if you usually do dumb things, the speaker is beginning to think there is no hope for you.
You never stop impressing me.
in direct translation "you never stop amazing me" Cease is another way of saying stop or end.
you alway continue amazing me
"Cease" means "stop" - so that phrase means, "You never stop amazing me."
You always exceed my expectations
You are full of surprises
You amaze me all the time
For me, it means that you are always full of pleasant surprises
They never stop something for you, the world, or good deeds.
This is a double negative. Just like in math, when
you put two negatives together, they cancel each
other. Never is a negative. Cease is a negative.

To never stop = continue.

Hence... you continue to amaze me.

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