Apr 09

korien_apr9“Thanks for lending me a pencil for the test.”
“No problem! I brought extra.”

Use “no problem” instead of “you’re welcome” in casual conversations to show that helping the other person did not inconvenience you at all.


カジュアルな場面で「you’re welcome」の代わりに「no problem」を使えば、相手を助けることが全然迷惑ではなかったことを示します。

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