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Stop Saying ‘You Welcome’ When People Thank You, Rather reply them With These 14 Unique Words

The reason we use certain English words so frequently is probably because it's difficult to find synonyms for them. We're stuck using the same phrase over and over again.

The phrase "you welcome" is commonly used when people thank us for assisting them or showing them favor, and it doesn't appear that any other words will take its place.

We expect the next person to say you're welcome after expressing thank you. It's become so ubiquitous in modern society that saying "thank you" with this word appears to be the only appropriate response. You're welcome should be the next thing you say.

Replace "You Welcome" With These 14 Creative Words!

There is no problem.

You can call me whenever you want, actually.

3. It is a pleasure for me to assist you.

Without a doubt.

It would be my pleasure to assist you in any way I can.

I'd be delighted to assist.

It makes no difference.

Don't even bring it up.

There isn't any issue.

You've got it now, sir.

It's a non-issue.

It's a joy to meet you, too.

Never bring it up.

It doesn't matter when.

We're all aware of the challenges regular Africans face while trying to communicate in English. It can appear nearly impossible to know what kind of term to use so that you don't use incorrect English or a phrase that doesn't make sense.

We learn something new every day of our lives, and that's part of what makes us unique as people.

As you can see, there are a plethora of alternatives to the regularly used word. To put it another way, it also signifies that you are invited. So, it is your chance to try something new.

Thank you for your time. I sincerely hope you gained some new knowledge from today's experience.

Keep an eye out for future articles about relationships by liking, sharing, commenting, and subscribing to my blog. May the blessings of God be upon you.

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