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Thread: Proper english

  1. goldrake
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    #1

    Proper english

    Hello,

    I would just like to know which of the following two expressions is the most commonly used or most correct:

    Fine by me

    Fine with me

    Thank you for your response

  2. smudla123
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    #2
    Correct is fine by/for me

    smudla

  3. christea
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    #3
    The most commonly used expression is 'Fine by me'. This means you are happy with the situation;choice offered etc.
    'fine with me' just means the same thing.

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