I've noticed there are a lot of alternatives in English to "Thank you", but I am struggling to come up with any for "You're welcome", though it would be said nearly as often.

Can someone please point me to some good alternatives, or a resource that could provide them?

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    Have you seen the Interpersonal Skills site? – marcellothearcane Aug 3 at 15:14
  • @marcellothearcane I don't see how that is relevant. – Weckar E. Aug 3 at 15:26
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    Merely for a point of interest. This question would also be at home on that site, I venture. – marcellothearcane Aug 3 at 15:36
  • "De nada", although not English, is used by a lot of English speakers. – nnnnnn Aug 4 at 3:07

Responses to "Thank you" could include

  • You're welcome
  • No problem (or Not a problem)
  • No trouble
  • No worries
  • My pleasure
  • Happy to (help)
  • Not at all
  • Don't mention it
  • Anytime
  • No, thank you
  • (no direct response at all)

See earlier questions for some discussion

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