Phrase of the Week

21 Oct

Good morning, Boston Life!

It’s time for the phrase of the week! As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask us–administration and teachers alike! Have a great time learning!

Boston Life Administration

No problem.” OR “It’s no problem.

“No problem” is an English phrase which is used to reply to someone else saying “thank you.” It is a way to say that the act that someone is thanking you for did not inconvenience you and you were happy to help/provide something/etc. “No problem” is equivalent to “you are welcome,” but is much more casual and more common. Many English-speakers say “no problem” instead of “you’re welcome,” but the two phrases mean similar things. “You’re welcome” is more common in formal situations, but “no problem” is common in casual situations, such as when someone holds a door open for you or does a little service.

For example:
“Thank you for helping me today!”
“It was no problem!”
“Thanks for the bottle of water!”
“No problem!”


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