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  1. Evangelia New Member

    Athens
    Greece-griego
    Hola!
    How can I say in spanish "you 're welcome" when somebody says "thank you"?
    I know "de nada" but is there anything else?More formal perhaps?
    Waiting for help ,thank you!!
     
  2. Mariaguadalupe

    Mariaguadalupe Senior Member

    Mexico
    Mexico, Spanish-English
    Evangelia,

    I answered you in the other thread. But another option would be: a sus/tus órdenes, no hay de que,
     
  3. jivemu Senior Member

    Spain
    Spain / Spanish
  4. Evangelia New Member

    Athens
    Greece-griego
    Thank you for yor help !!
    Sorry for not opening a new thread,I'm new here :)
     
  5. Ciguataneja Junior Member

    España, español
    "A sus órdenes" sounds in Spain like too much. I would say "de nada", "no hay de qué" or "es un placer" if you were helping someone.
     
  6. Jaspe19 Senior Member

    United States
    United States Spanish/English
    Estoy de acuerdo con ciguataneja "de nada" o "es un placer" se oye mejor.
     
  7. Deschamps New Member

    Spain (spanish)
    You can also say "No se merecen", in an old-fashioned style :)
     
  8. Fantasmagórico

    Fantasmagórico Senior Member

    Montevideo, Uruguay
    Uruguayan Spanish
    “Merece”. Might be old-fashioned, but it's used a lot in Uruguay:

    - Muchas gracias.
    - Merece.
     

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