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    FEEL FREE ??

    please help me in this case !! it very simple , but I am not American and my English skill isn't good .

    I am chatting with my friend in the facebook and she said "I have some work , right now . I have to go " . I want to say that "don't metion, let be like home " or "feel free " or something like that . but I don't exactly how American said in this case ??. I just know it have the same meaning as "Don't mention, let be like home." or "feel free" . Many thanks


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    Re: FEEL FREE ??

    You can say "That's all right. We can chat again later." Of course, that's just one of many things you could say.
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    Re: FEEL FREE ??

    Please don't post duplicate threads. You have the same question posted here.
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