Asked • 06/17/19

Ways of saying “you're welcome” in French?

After someone says “*merci beaucoup*”, I would like to respond by saying something equivalent to the English phrase “*no problem*”. I tried google translate, and it gave me “*Pas de problème*”, but I'm not so sure this is correct. Is it correct? Are there other informal ways of expressing “you're welcome”?

Safiatou W.

‘’ Je vous en prie’’ is more convenient. Or you can also say, ‘’ Tout le plaisir est partagé’’ this one is for high French level
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06/19/19

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Sarah T. answered • 06/21/19

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Juniore T.

You can also say “ il n’y a pas de quoi”
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08/14/19

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