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    Alterante sentence to 'don't worry' in the following context

    Suppose a worried customer called and says "My notebook is not turning on'

    May I say :Do not worry, I will do my best to resolve the issue.

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    Re: Alterante sentence to 'don't worry' in the following context

    (Not a teacher)

    That is a good reply.

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