Is it correct to say don’t take it personal? ‘Don’t take it personally’ is correct, because personally refers to the verb take and is an adverb. It tells you how not to take it. Personal is an adjective and so can only refer to a noun or pronoun. ‘Don’t take it personal’ is common enough as colloquial talk.
How do you respond to don’t take it personally? Unfortunately, if you say literally anything in response to this, it will sound defensive. So your best tactic is to simply smile and say, “Okay, thank you.” (I know, it hurts.)
Is it don’t take it personal or don’t take it personally? A fair number of people will say “take it personal”, but I think many more people say, “take it personally“, since it is correct.
What does not personally mean? adjective. not personal; without reference or connection to a particular person:an impersonal remark. having no personality; devoid of human character or traits: an impersonal deity. lacking human emotion or warmth: an impersonal manner.