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Thread: Never mind

  1. Natalie123

    Exclamation Never mind

    A friend sent me an email apologizing for not replying to the last email I sent her last week.

    Is it correct to say ' Never mind replying that email' 'Never mind forgetting to reply'

    What am I supposed to say?.

    Thanks a lot

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    Re: Never mind

    Hello Nathalie

    You can say:

    1. Don't worry about not replying to that email, it doesn't matter!
    2. Never mind, it wasn't important!

    (I expect other members will have other suggestions.)

    I wouldn't say

    3. Don't worry about forgetting to reply.

    because a reference to someone else's forgetfulness might seem rude.


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