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    Social English

    What options can be used to reply to: "I am sorry" and "Thank you"?

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    Re: Social English

    I'll start:
    I am sorry- That's OK
    Thank you- You're welcome

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    Re: Social English

    When someone says "I'm sorry" I always reply "There is not problem" or "No problem".

    Not a neative speaker and nor a teacher.
    If I have made any mistakes, please tell me about them. I need to improve my English anyway and I hope you'll help me.

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    Re: Social English

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicklexoxo View Post
    When someone says "I'm sorry" I always reply "There is not problem" or "No problem".
    The second works, but the first doesn't.

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