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English Conversation 40: Improved English

1. to be helpful: to be a thing or person that gives assistance or aid
  • Everybody at the hotel was very helpful.
  • Thank you so much for helping me. You were very helpful.
2. to have no problem doing something: to be able to do something easily or without much annoyance or inconvenience
  • I have no problem staying late to help you.
  • We have no problem giving you a 25% discount if you order 100 units.
3. That would be wonderful.: a sentence used to say that a possible thing in the future would be very good

A) Let's go to the beach sometimes.
B) That would be wonderful.

A) I might be able to get you job at my company.
B) That would be wonderful.

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