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    Pronunciation of "no problem"

    Do we need any stress on the word "No" when we pronounce the phrase "No problem." ? I think there is primary stress on the first syllable of "problem" but I'm not sure about the word "No". Does it need any stress or not? I would be grateful for any suggestion. Thank you!

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    Re: Pronunciation of "no problem"

    The stress will usually be on the first syllable of "problem".

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