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    #1

    Cool problems or problem?

    Hello!

    When you say, "that's ok! No problem!". Is it" no problem" or no problems"?

    Thank you
    W

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    #2

    Re: problems or problem?

    'No problem' is more usual, though you'll also hear 'No problems' or 'No probs'.

    Rover

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