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Denmark潮男♡1993
How to say "no problem" in Japanese?
Dec 26, 2009 10:43 AM
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You can also say 'mondai nai'  ’ もんだいない ' :)
December 26, 2009
大丈夫 (だいじょうぶ) daijyoubu
December 26, 2009
We can do the English-Japanese translation "no" is ない and "problem" is 問題 in Japanese No problem = 問題はない
December 30, 2009
Daijoubu (des)!
December 27, 2009
It can also be 「大したことではない」, or even something along the lines of 「どういたしまして」. It's hard to answer this exactly without having the context; "no problem" is a rather broad expression you know.
December 26, 2009
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