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Hello, could you help me What will be the most natural way to say in this context?
A: You know, he is so nice. Whatever busy he is, when he see handicap people, he run over there ask them if they need his help.
B: what is so nice? Thatís basic ( thatís principle or thatís fundamental) to help inconvenient people.
A: This car provides a navigation system?
B: Yes, Thatís basic ( thatís principle or thatís fundamental) thing. No car do not have a navigation system these days. It even provides satellite navigation system.
Many thanks :)
Can I use "common" in this context as well?
A: Did you bring calculator with you for the statistic exam?
B: That's common thing man, without it how can take exam?
or That's standrad man,
or Thant's sure thing man,
How can I say in this context? Would you help me please?
The conversation you describe is a very informal one. I think B would be more likely to say (something like), "What do you think!? Of course I brought it! I'd never get through this exam without it," or, s/he might say, "Hey! I never leave home without it." (which is an expression made popular by an ad campaign for American Express credit cards.)
In a less informal conversation, at work for example, you might use the expression 'common practice':
A: Are we allowed to use the copy machine for personal documents?
B: Well, common practice is that if you are only copying one or two pages it's okay. If you're going to make a lot of copies, you should go to the copy place down the street.
I hope this helps,