No problem

Amika

Member
Thai
Hi,

If somebody asks " Can I borrow your stuff?"
Can I answer by saying "No problem" ?

Thank you.
 
  • Smauler

    Senior Member
    British English
    "Certainly, you may"? Seriously?

    Amika, no one has ever said that in England since 1920 or so. "Of course" and "Be my guest" are other alternatives.

    "No problem", "Sure thing", "Go for it", and "Get away from me you scavenger!" are all fine.
     

    Thomas Tompion

    Senior Member
    English - England
    "Certainly, you may"? Seriously?

    Amika, no one has ever said that in England since 1920 or so. "Of course" and "Be my guest" are other alternatives.

    "No problem", "Sure thing", "Go for it", and "Get away from me you scavenger!" are all fine.
    I think we probably speak different languages, Smauler.

    I'm not going to tell people to disregard your advice, but I wouldn't dream of using any of your last four suggestions.
     
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