Ways to respond to ” Thank you!”


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Ways to respond to THANK YOU

found out somewhere on the net

In my school and university I was taught to say “Not at all” or “Don’t mention it” in response to “Thank you!”. Now I rarely hear these phrases used, but rather something like “You’re welcome“, “It’s OK“, “My pleasure“, or “No problem“.

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We all know that it’s polite to say “Thank you” to someone after they’ve done something nice or helpful. But did you know that “You’re welcome” isn’t the only way to respond when someone thanks you? Here are a few more ways to say “You’re welcome” in English.

You got it / Don’t mention it / No worries / Not a problem

My pleasure / It was nothing / I’m happy to help

Not at all / Sure / Anytime

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-via mac millan dictionary-

you’re welcome.-used in reply to someone who has thanked you

no problem.-used as a polite way of answering someone who has thanked you for something, or said they are sorry for something

not at all.-used as a polite reply when someone has thanked you for something

don’t mention it.-used as a polite answer to someone who has just thanked you for something

it’s no bother.-used for saying that you are happy to help someone and it will not cause you any problems or difficulties

(it’s) my pleasure.-used when someone thanks you as a polite way of saying that you were happy to help them

it’s/that’s all right.-mainly spoken used when someone has thanked you or said sorry to you, to show that you do not mind

it’s nothing/think nothing of it.-used as a polite reply when someone has thanked you for doing something for them

sure.-mainly American used as a reply when someone thanks you

sure thing.-American used as a reply when someone thanks you

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