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    Will17 is offline Senior Member
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    Cool pb

    Hi!

    What's the right idiom?:

    -No problem or no problems ? And do we say no prob or no probs?

    Thanks
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    Re: pb

    **Neither a teacher nor a native speaker.**

    P1: Thanks!
    P2: No problem!

    P.S. Just avoid prob.

    Cheers!

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    Re: pb

    "No problem," or, to be even more informal, "no prob." I've also heard "no prob, Bob," when addressing someone whose name is not Bob, because the speaker was trying to be cute. In a formal or business situation, though, you should say, "you're welcome."

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