Don't mention it / No problem

eratea

Senior Member
chinese
Here is a quesiton, it goes "Thank you for taking me around the school." Two choices here, one is "Don't mention it." The other is "No problem." I'm confused if both of them are good responses although I guess the first one is more formal.
Thanks in advance.:)
 
  • exgerman

    Senior Member
    NYC
    English but my first language was German
    Don't mention it is a bit old-fashioned. You can say Glad to do it, or No problem for lesser efforts.
     

    natkretep

    Moderato con anima (English Only)
    English (Singapore/UK), basic Chinese
    There are many possible responses to being thanked:
    • Not at all
    • No trouble at all
    • My pleasure (The pleasure was mine)
    • Don't mention it
    • You're welcome
    • No problem
    • <Just smile>
    Some people don't like 'No problem' though.
     

    eratea

    Senior Member
    chinese
    There are many possible responses to being thanked:
    • Not at all
    • No trouble at all
    • My pleasure (The pleasure was mine)
    • Don't mention it
    • You're welcome
    • No problem
    • <Just smile>
    Some people don't like 'No problem' though.
    Thank you.
     
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