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    #1

    Smile You do nothing is helping me.

    Hello~ Can you help me say this naturally please?

    A: Hey, what are you doing?


    B: I bought some parts of computer and putting together them.


    A: Oh, let me see, I can help you then.


    B: Oh, that’s ok. Why don’t you just take a rest over there?
    ⓐJust doing noting will help me more.
    ⓑYou do nothing is helping me.
    ⓒ ?

    A: Hey, I won’t make trouble this time.


    B: I don’t buy that.
    ⓐ What you do is disturbing than help.
    ⓑ You alway distoy rather than hlep.
    ⓒ?

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    #2

    Re: You do nothing is helping me.

    Perhaps:
    I would prefer that you didn't help. I'd rather do it myself. (That's politer than saying, "Please don't help me. You'll just make a mess of things.")


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