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    Question No problem... Why people use to say that very often?

    When I talk with people they often say 'no problem' and I do not understand why they said that.

    For example, I am saying that 'I live in London though I am available to relocate easily and quickly' and they say 'yes, no problem'...???? What do they want to say? I am not talking about problems but I am talking about my availability to relocate which is a positive thing.

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    Re: No problem... Why people use to say that very often?

    It is a general and non-meaning comment, just indicating they are happy with your suggestion or statement.

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