Please DON’T Say “You’re Welcome”! / Prophylactic self-isolation series. Day 207th.

While sitting and watching to this small lighted screen (a mobile phone) daily, what impact it has for you? Me? At least, I am not watching the movies and, honestly, think it is my great progress within last 5 years:)

Better responses to THANK YOU in l’earning English by Rachel:

  • Thank you!
  • You’re quite welcome!
  • You’re very welcome!
  • You’re so welcome!
  • You’re most welcome!
  • No problem!
  • My pleasure!
  • Thank YOU!
  • Sure thing!
  • Of course!
  • No worries!
  • Don’t mention it!
  • Anytime!
  • I’m happy to!
  • It was nothing!
  • No sweat!

Watch the video by Rachel to understand more how and when to use one or another response instead of traditional “you’re welcome!”

Sure, you can say ‘you’re welcome’, but why not expand your vocabulary and learn more phrases and responses to ‘thank you’? Learn different responses from casual to ultra-polite. Learning how to respond to ‘thank you’ will increase your conversational fluency and help you sound more like a native English speaker. I’ll show you everything you need to master these alternatives to ‘you’re welcome’!

“No sweat” seems to be the most funny one:)

Would like to expand my vocabulary by using some of the phrases, like “my pleasure!”, you’re very welcome”, “thank YOU!”

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