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No problem

"No problem." / "to be no problem"

Meaning: to be simple or easy to do

Similar Expressions

Can you help me?
  • No problem.
  • No sweat.
  • Okay.
When do we use it?

We often use this expression to respond to another person's request.

A) Could you fix this for me?
B) No problem.

We can also use this expression to show that some work or task is easy and simple.
  • It is no problem for me to help you.
  • Finding this part of the engine is no problem.
How do we use it?

We often use this expression by itself when responding to another person's request.

A) Can you teach me how to make cookies?
B) No problem.

We can also use this expression as a part of a sentence.

A) Could you come to work early tomorrow?
B) Sure. It is no problem for me to do that.

A) Do you mind letting me go first? I am in a hurry.
B) That is no problem. Go ahead.

A) Can he do it by himself?
B) Yes. That is no problem for him.

It is important that you know English expressions and idioms if you want to have fluent English conversations with native English speakers or other advanced English speakers. Do not try to learn many expressions and idioms at one time. Instead, study a few of these free English lessons each week and learn English expressions and words well. This will help your English vocabulary improve steadily, and you will start speaking English like a native speaker.

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