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    Dear Gurus,

    When should I use "Its ok with me" and "Its ok for me". What is the difference between these two sentences.

    Please clarify.

    Thank you so much

    Sanchi

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanchi
    Dear Gurus,

    When should I use "Its ok with me" and "Its ok for me". What is the difference between these two sentences.

    Please clarify.

    Thank you so much

    Sanchi
    Grammar
    It is OK with me. (OK; It means, I give my consent).
    It is OK for me to do something. (OK; It means, to my benefit)
    It is OK for me. (Not OK)

    All the best, :D

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