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    Default never mind/you're welcome

    when someone will say to me thank you, what should i say to him, never mind or welcome?
    which one is more polite?

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    Default Re: never mind/you're welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    when someone will say to me thank you, what should i say to him, never mind or welcome?
    which one is more polite?
    Do not even mention it. My pleasure. You are welcome. No problem. Sure.

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    Default Re: never mind/you're welcome

    sure???

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    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    sure???
    Yes.

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    Default Re: never mind/you're welcome

    I really dislike hearing "no problem" in response to "thank you."

    The most polite: You're welcome. (You're very welcome/you're most welcome)

    Happy to do it. My pleasure.

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