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Hello and welcome to British English Survival Phrases, brought to you by EnglishClass101.com. This course is designed to equip you with the language skills and knowledge to enable you to get the most out of your visit to the United Kingdom. You’ll be surprised how far a little English will go. Now, before we jump in, remember to stop by EnglishClass101.com. There you’ll find the accompanying PDF lesson notes and additional info in the post. If you stop by, be sure to leave us a comment.
British English Survival Phrases, Lesson 2 - how to say "You're Welcome" in English.
In this lesson we’ll continue to learn more phrases that will help you with basic etiquette. People in the UK are generally hospitable to those who don’t know the area well, and they use phrases of gratitude quite often. Even though you may not get the chance to use “you’re welcome” during your trip to the UK, there’s a very good chance you’ll hear it. So let’s take a closer look at it!
In English, an appropriate response to ‘thank you’ is ‘you’re welcome’.
Let’s break it down:
‘You’re’ is made of two words – you and are. In this expression, it’s usually contracted and said very quickly.
Slowly by syllable: “you’re welcome”
Since English has many casual expressions, naturally, there’s also a casual version of ‘you’re welcome’. You can also say ‘no problem’ or ‘no worries’. These are very common responses to a ‘thank you’ because they sound friendlier.
Slowly by syllable: no problem
Slowly by syllable: no worries
You may also hear people say ‘my pleasure’. This is also an appropriate response to a ‘thank you’ and is used to mean that the person felt good about helping out. Let’s break it down: my plea-sure.
Okay, to close out this lesson we’d like you to practice what you’ve just learned. I’ll provide you with the phrase, and you’re responsible for shouting it out loud. You have a few seconds before I give you the answer. So good luck!
- You’re welcome
- No problem
- No worries
- My pleasure


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