How to say "You're welcome" in French?

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1. De rien! (click once and wait for sound)
der ree-en

You're welcome (common response to 'merci - thank you'. The literal meaning is 'of nothing' or 'no need for thanks')

2. Il n'y a pas de quoi!

You're welcome (informal, used with friends and family, literally means 'It is nothing')

3. Pas de quoi!

You're welcome (very informal, short version, used with friends and family, literally means 'It is nothing')

4. Avec plaisir!

You're welcome (used in response to 'thank you' when giving presents. The meaning is 'it was my pleasure')

5. Je vous en prie!
zhuh-voose-un-pree

You're welcome (formal, used with strangers, means that you are truly thankful)

6. Je t'en prie!

You're welcome (used with friends, means that you are truly thankful)



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