You're welcome

  • miba54

    Senior Member
    English - British
    "You're welcome." usually implies that the whole thanking part of the conversation has ended so you don't really need to say anything after that, but if you must say something, you can say "That's very kind of you.", yes.
     

    Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    Am I hearing the beginnings of this conversation?

    A: Thank you so much.
    B: You're very welcome.
    A: That's very kind of you.
    B: Oh, don't mention it.
    A: I must – it was so thoughtful.
    B: Really, anyone would have done the same thing.
    A: That's simply not true.
    B: That's very kind of you.
    A: Oh, don't mention it.


    While it's possible, I think it would be the rare circumstance that would require a response to "You're very welcome." A smile usually does it, or a grin. :)
     

    s-o-m-e-b-o-d-y

    New Member
    Türkçe
    Am I hearing the beginnings of this conversation?

    A: Thank you so much.
    B: You're very welcome.
    A: That's very kind of you.
    B: Oh, don't mention it.
    A: I must – it was so thoughtful.
    B: Really, anyone would have done the same thing.
    A: That's simply not true.
    B: That's very kind of you.
    A: Oh, don't mention it.


    While it's possible, I think it would be the rare circumstance that would require a response to "You're very welcome." A smile usually does it, or a grin. :)
    Okay :) thanks
     
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