Stop Saying ‘You are Welcome’ When People Thank You, Rather reply them With These Unique Words | See Details

Alright My dear readers, do you know that replying ‘You are Welcome’ when people thank you for good deeds is no longer the best and unique way to respond? Relax I will share with you some of the tips I got from my mentor on Diction and Vocabulary, the famous Jessica Okafor. Read till the end, you will get a lot of value.

We know that it’s polite to say “Thank you” to someone who has done something good to or for us.

But did you know that “You’re welcome” isn’t the only way to respond when someone acknowledges your goodness?

Sometimes, you seem to lack words to use when acknowledging someone’s appreciation.

Here are some other words you can substitute “you are welcome” with:



It’s okay

Never mention

Glad to have helped

It’s all gray


Not at all

My pleasure

You got it

It was nothing

Not a problem

Don’t mention it

No worries

I’m happy to help

Happy to serve you

Glad to be of any assistance

Oh anytime

Of course

It’s alright

All of these phrases mean that the person was happy to help you and that you shouldn’t worry about thanking them. In other words, they mean, “You’re welcome!”

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