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NO PROBLEM or NO PROBLEMS
Do you (native people) say ''no problem'' or ''no problems''? Thanks!! :)
Jun 9, 2020 2:16 AM
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1. As an standard response to 'Thank you' or 'Sorry', people use the fixed phrase 'No problem'.
For example:

"Thanks for helping me!"
"No problem!"

"Sorry I'm late!"
"No problem!"

2. We can use 'No problems' in a literal sense. For example:

"What did the garage say about your car? Is it all right?
"Yes, it's OK."
"No problems? So, the brakes, and gear box and everything are OK?"
"They're fine. No problems at all!"

In this case, we are talking about actual or potential problems, so we use the plural.
June 9, 2020
In English, we say "No problem."

Also, sometimes people will say "All good." to mean the same thing.
June 9, 2020
No problem.
June 9, 2020
No problem 👍
June 9, 2020
No problem ☺️
June 9, 2020
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