No problem with paying / paying ?

Eli_sattva

New Member
Hi everyone,
I want a little help about a sentence with 'No Problem'
I want to reply to my English teacher telling her that I have no problem to pay half fees for our first lesson.
So I wrote her:
"No problem paying half fees for our first lesson" Is it Ok?
Or, do I have to add 'WITH'? -> No problem with paying half fees for..
Thank you!
Eli
 
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    Senior Member
    American English
    Well, it's a short way of saying, "I have not problem with paying half fees for our first lesson."

    "With" is natural in this sentence. What we don't know is whether you have been offered half-price lessons or you're suggesting them.
     

    Eli_sattva

    New Member
    "With" is natural in this sentence. What we don't know is whether you have been offered half-price lessons or you're suggesting them.
    Thank you for your quick reply.
    The teacher informed me that she charges for the first lesson and I wanted to reply to her that it's ok, I have no (or not)? problem with that.
     

    Chasint

    Senior Member
    English - England
    "I have no problem with paying" = I am happy to pay.

    "I have no problem paying" = I have sufficient money to pay.
     
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