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Ben

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2020.06.24 10:59
Hello everyone!

My English tip today is on the phrase “you bet” the phrase “ you bet” means of course or no problem.

For example:
Sarah: Hey thanks Ben for cleaning the kitchen yesterday.
Ben: you bet! You cooked so it was only fair that I cleaned!

I hope this was helpful!

Thanks guys!
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  • Büşra_ 2020.06.24 11:05

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    Can ı use it in official places?or is it common?
  • Ben 2020.06.24 11:07

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    @Büşra_ you can! It is not written often, but it is spoken often. If used properly in the right context everyone should easily understand😊
  • Büşra_ 2020.06.24 11:08

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    Thanks a lot🙂
  • Rona 2020.06.24 11:47

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    Do you have any other example using the word "you bet"? Thank you!
  • Ben 2020.06.24 11:57

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    @Rona you bet! John: Is your dad going to come with to the store later? Sarah: you bet! In this example Sarah uses the phrase “you bet” to mean “of course” her dad is coming with to the store
  • Rona 2020.06.24 12:09

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    @Ben Thank you Your post and additional example helps!
  • Ben 2020.06.24 13:16

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    @Rona no problem! Happy to help!
  • Jevens 2020.06.24 13:40

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    AR

    One of my American friend always said you bet

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