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    #1

    No problem.

    Does "no problem" have the same meaning as "my pleausre" here?Sora: Hi, Eric. Come in.
    Eric: Wow! Nice place. Thanks for inviting me.
    Sora: My pleasure. Eric, would you like some songpyeon?
    Eric: What is songpyeon?
    ................

    1. Choose the same meaning as "My pleasure"
    ① Me, too.
    ② You can say that again.
    No problem.
    Don't mention it.
    You're welcome.

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    #2

    Re: No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Does "no problem" have the same meaning as "my pleausre" here?Sora: Hi, Eric. Come in.
    Eric: Wow! Nice place. Thanks for inviting me.
    Sora: My pleasure. Eric, would you like some songpyeon?
    Eric: What is songpyeon?
    ................

    1. Choose the same meaning as "My pleasure"
    ① Me, too.
    ② You can say that again.
    No problem.
    Don't mention it.
    You're welcome.
    Both 4 and 5 are standard responses to "Thank you" or "Thanks for ...". Many people say "No problem" in response to "Thank you" but, in BrE at least, it's not a standard response and I would avoid it in test situations.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #3

    Re: No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Does "no problem" have the same meaning as "my pleausre" here?Sora: Hi, Eric. Come in.
    Eric: Wow! Nice place. Thanks for inviting me.
    Sora: My pleasure. Eric, would you like some songpyeon?
    Eric: What is songpyeon?
    ................

    1. Choose the same meaning as "My pleasure"
    ① Me, too.
    ② You can say that again.
    No problem.
    Don't mention it.
    You're welcome.
    In AmE, "no problem" would be fine informally. The question is poor.

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    #4

    Re: No problem.

    Hi,

    I have a question: what does songpyeon mean?
    Thanks in advance.

    Please, correct all my mistakes. I should know English perfectly and if you show me my mistakes I will achieve my dream a little bit faster. A lot of thanks.

    Not a teacher nor a native speaker.

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    #5

    Re: No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boris Tatarenko View Post
    Hi,

    I have a question: what does songpyeon mean?
    Thanks in advance.

    Do you have access to Google?

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    #6

    Re: No problem.

    At the present time I cannot find anything in Google or others search systems. Therefore I asked .
    Please, correct all my mistakes. I should know English perfectly and if you show me my mistakes I will achieve my dream a little bit faster. A lot of thanks.

    Not a teacher nor a native speaker.

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    #7

    Re: No problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boris Tatarenko View Post
    At the present time I cannot find anything in Google or others search systems. Therefore I asked .
    https://www.google.com/search?q=song...buntu&hl=en-gb

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    #8

    Re: No problem.

    Sonpyeon is a traditional rice cake, usually eaten on Korean New Year's Day to celebrate the first day of the year. We usually put some chestnut or bean inside it to make it more delicious. It's a very small rice cake with white color and round shape, which also can be manipulated by makers' craft. I have even made a ship shape one.

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