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Meaning of 'no problem' #1 (permalink) Wed Jun 29, 2005 14:27 pm   Meaning of 'no problem'
 

Test No. incompl/elem-33 "Responses (6)", question 1

John: 'Thank you so much.'
Sue: '.........'

(a) No problem.
(b) Any problem.
(c) A problem.
(d) Some problem.

Test No. incompl/elem-33 "Responses (6)", answer 1

John: 'Thank you so much.'
Sue: 'No problem.'

Correct answer: (a) No problem.
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No problem #2 (permalink) Wed Jun 29, 2005 19:08 pm   No problem
 

This means it's all right.
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Meaning of 'no problem' #3 (permalink) Thu Jul 07, 2011 13:12 pm   Meaning of 'no problem'
 

Hi, Alan.
You say "This means it's all right". Is it true for a suitable sense of this situation? When we reply to an grateful sentence if we consider about the degree as all right or partial. This's my doubt.
Please give me an explanation.
Thank you so much.

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Meaning of 'no problem' #4 (permalink) Thu Jul 07, 2011 19:07 pm   Meaning of 'no problem'
 

Hi,

It is a simple response to someone expressing thanks/gratitude.

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Meaning of 'no problem' #5 (permalink) Sat Sep 07, 2013 12:00 pm   Meaning of 'no problem'
 

Hello, everyone

could I ask a question please?

What is the difference between:
a) Thank you very much ... and .....b) Thank you so much
1) I'm very sorry ..............and .....2) I'm so sorry?

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Meaning of 'no problem' #6 (permalink) Sat Sep 07, 2013 13:39 pm   Meaning of 'no problem'
 

no significant difference
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Meaning of 'no problem' #7 (permalink) Sat Sep 07, 2013 19:49 pm   Meaning of 'no problem'
 

Hello Beeesneees,

How are you? Thank you for replying me.
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Meaning of 'no problem' #8 (permalink) Sat Sep 07, 2013 20:47 pm   Meaning of 'no problem'
 

You're welcome.

Your last statement should be:
Thank you for replying to me.
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