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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    "Oh, you don't have to thank me, it was my pleasure"

    If you are female you can say:

    "oh...you're so sweet."
    "you're welcome, sweetie/darling.."

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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    I would usually say

    - That's fine

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    - That's all right

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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    De nada.

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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    Disponha !

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    Hello! I simply say It's alright!

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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    Answering "no problem" is informal, but many ESL student are looking to improve their informal English. Other informal responses would be "don'r worry about it" or "don't mention it".





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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    Yep. "Don't mention it" is another one commonly used.

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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    I usually say :

    It's okay
    No problem
    You'r welcome

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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    "Thank you!"

    Naturally it highly depends on the situation and on the context, but you may reply "thank you" to "thank you."

    Recently, in an interview on CBS, Dr. Jenn Berman, after hesitating for about one second, replied "thank you" to the anchor's "thank you very much."

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    Re: How do you reply when people say "Thank you"?

    Sometimes I hear people say "Yeah" to reply the "Thank you", is it correct?

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