You're welcome

PriscillaS

New Member
Indonesian
Hi,

Let's say I'm out buying something at 7-11 and at the end of my purchase the attendant says "Thank you". Is it grammatically correct to reply him/her with "You're welcome"? I feel like "You're welcome" should be said after someone thanked me for doing them a favor.
 
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    Senior Member
    American English
    I never do and I'm pretty polite. But I smile if the person seems to genuinely mean it and it's not just something he or she says because they have to.
     
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