which one is your usually answer?

@leavin (13)
China
March 17, 2010 12:37am CST
my native language is not english ,i heard somebody answered "that's all right ,u r welcome and so on" when others said "thank you " to him. which one is your usually answer?
10 responses
@jd107nette (1456)
• Philippines
18 Mar 10
If i were to be thanked to. I'll just reply with "no problem, anytime, it's nice to be of help" or sometimes i just give the person a warm smile :)
@mr_pearl (5037)
• India
18 Mar 10
My answer depends upon who is thanking me and for what... A 'thank you' can generate mixed kind of reactions! If I really have been helpful, then I would welcome the other person very warmly. If I know that this is not a sincere thanks, then I simply say, 'its okay!' and move on...
• Canada
18 Mar 10
english isn't my native language either, and sometimes i get confused on what to response to my co-workers whenever they're talking to me.. :) but just to be safe, when they say thank you, i usually response like "you're welcome" or "it's not a problem (no problem)"..
• United States
18 Mar 10
I usually respond with your welcom or no problem. But every where is different.
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
17 Mar 10
my native language is not english either. for a "thank you" i love to say "my pleasure" as a reply instead. its like saying "no problem, i'm happy, i'm real pleased to help you" and really mean it. it should show that what you have done have been done sincerely. and the person who has thanked you has not thanked you in vain.
• United States
17 Mar 10
If someone says "thank you" to me, I usually say you're welcome, no problem, or no worries back to them. I like to keep it casual and cheerful, so they know that I'm happy to help out!
@agv0419 (3029)
• Philippines
17 Mar 10
Like you English is not my native language but I tried to improve it little by little. It is okay even if your English is not that good as long as it is still understandable. We are all welcome here.
@Tallygirl09 (1385)
• United States
17 Mar 10
It depends on the situation but generally I'll reply you are welcome or my pleasure if I went abit more out of my way for someone. The more time you spend mylotting and reading the posts, I'm sure your english will improve. Good for you for choosing to learn another language! Take care!
• Malaysia
17 Mar 10
in my community, the usual greetings is, 'have you eaten full?' . i answer with, 'i have eaten full, full, thank you'. every community has its greetings and salutations. the malays and the indians have their. to the malays is,' whats news" . the reply is good news' meaning i am well . there are a few variations on this. to the christians , they greet with , praise the Lord or God bless you. its really interesting if some one compile a whole list of these greetings and salutations according to race, religions or nations of the world.
• India
17 Mar 10
my usaly ansur thankyou and bay,and i response wellcomeand tank you