How should I answer when there are 2 options?

maojidan

New Member
China, Chinese
My friend asked me,

"Shall we go to the Subway or Wendy's ? "

I wanna say I don't care, both are OK for me, but how should I say?

-- It's up to you? -- You decide ?

Thanks!!!=>
 
  • twen

    Senior Member
    U.S.A. - English
    Sure, your responses are fine! Or you could say, "I don't have a preference."
     

    tepatria

    Senior Member
    Canadian English
    My friend asked me,

    "Shall we go to the Subway or Wendy's ? "

    I wanna say I don't care, both are OK for me, but how should I say?

    -- It's up to you? -- You decide ?

    Thanks!!!=>

    Makes no difference to me is another way of saying it.

    Wanna is not an English word, no matter how often you see it in the forum. It is want to.

    Welcome to the forum. I hope you find us helpful.
     
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