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  1. B45
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    I'm letting my friend stay at my place when he comes to visit in a month. I say: No

    I'm letting my friend stay at my place when he comes to visit in a month. I say:

    No worries! I'm glad I can/could help. Let me know if anything comes up.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: I'm letting my friend stay at my place when he comes to visit in a month. I say:

    They are OK.

    not a teacher

  2. B45
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    Re: I'm letting my friend stay at my place when he comes to visit in a month. I say:

    Could a teacher please advise?

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    Re: I'm letting my friend stay at my place when he comes to visit in a month. I say:

    They are both OK. Batman, we have been through this before. It is not surprising that teachers are not rushing to answer the same question over and over.

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    Re: I'm letting my friend stay at my place when he comes to visit in a month. I say:

    While I agree that both are okay, I would say that "No worries" is not natural.

    I should add "...in AmE."
    Last edited by riquecohen; 28-Oct-2014 at 13:15. Reason: addition

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    Re: I'm letting my friend stay at my place when he comes to visit in a month. I say:

    It's very natural in AusE.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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