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1. You say `fine' or `that's fine' to show that you do not object to an arrangement, action, or situation that has been suggested.fo

If competition is the best way to achieve it, then, fine.

If you don't want to give it to me, that's fine, I don't mind.

`It'll take me a couple of days.'n`That's fine with me.'

2. all `right (used to indicate agreement, approval, etc 用以表示同意﹑赞成等): `Do you want to join us for dinner?' `All right!' ‘你愿意和我们一起吃晚饭吗?’‘好哇!’

3. not at all

(1) used for emphasizing a negative statement:

My parents were not at all pleased with my test results.

(2) used as a polite reply when someone has thanked you for something:

Thank you for all your help. Not at all.

4. Never Mind

You say never mind when you are emphasizing that something is not serious or important, especially when someone is upset about it or is saying sorry to you.

`Did you miss the bus? Never mind, there'll be another one in five minutes. ‘你没赶上公共汽车吗? 不要紧, 五分钟後就来一辆.’

5. sounds great/good

sounds good/great etc. SPOKEN used for telling someone that their idea or suggestion seems like a good one: How about dinner and a movie tonight? Sounds great.

6. Don’t mention it.

spoken used to say politely that there is no need for someone to thank you for helping them 'Thanks for the ride home!' 'Don't mention it.'

7. Forget it.

You say 'Forget it' in reply to someone as a way of telling them not to worry or bother about something, or as an emphatic way of saying no to a suggestion. (SPOKEN)

'Sorry, Liz. I think I was a bit rude to you.'n'Forget it, but don't do it again!'.

'You want more?' roared Claire. 'Forget it, honey.'

forget it

1 used for telling someone that they should not worry about something because it is not important:

How much do I owe you? Oh, forget it it's nothing.

2 used for showing that you are annoyed because you think someone's comment or suggestion is completely unreasonable:

In the end I said to him, Look, forget it I'm not paying you.

If you're just going to stand there and criticize, forget it.

3 used for telling someone that the situation is completely different from what they think:

If your idea of a camping trip is a leaky tent and cold baked beans, forget it!

8. It doesn’t matter.

a) used to tell someone that you are not angry or upset about something, especially something that they have done

'I've spilled some coffee on the carpet.' 'It doesn't matter.'

b) used to say that you do not mind which one of two things you have

'Red or white wine?' 'Oh, either. It doesn't matter.'

9. (It’s) no trouble at all

If you tell someone that it is no trouble to do something for them, you are saying politely that you can or will do it, because it is easy or convenient for you.

It's no trouble at all; on the contrary, it will be a great pleasure to help you.

10. I hate to say it, but.../I hate to tell you this, but...

spoken used when saying something that you do not want to say, for example because it is embarrassing

I hate to say it, but I was glad when he went home.

11. never mind

a)used to tell someone not to worry or be upset about something

'We haven't done very well, have we?' 'Never mind. At least we tried.'

never mind about

Never mind about the car. You're safe, and that's the main thing.

b)used to say that something is not possible or likely, because even a less extreme thing is not possible or likely

Well, you would have hardly got a bed in that room, never mind anything else.

I don't think I could walk that far, never mind run that far.

c)used to tell someone that it is not important to do or consider something now, often because something else is more important

Never mind me - what about you? What have you been doing?

Never mind the dishes - I'll do them later.

12. come on!

spokena)used to tell someone to hurry

Come on, we'll be late!

b)used to encourage someone to do something

Come on, you can do it!

Come on, cheer up!

c)used to tell someone that you know that what they have just said was not true or right

Oh come on, don't lie!

d)used to make someone angry enough to want to fight you

Come on, then, hit me!

13. That’s it.

a)used to say that something is completely finished or that a situation cannot be changed

That's it, then. There's nothing more we can do.

b)used to tell someone that they are doing something correctly

Slowly ... slowly. Yeah, that's it.

c)alsothat does it

used when you are angry about a situation and you do not want it to continue

That's it. I'm leaving.

that's it

a)used to say that something is completely finished or that a situation cannot be changed

That's it, then. There's nothing more we can do.

b)used to tell someone that they are doing something correctly

Slowly ... slowly. Yeah, that's it.

c)alsothat does it

used when you are angry about a situation and you do not want it to continue

That's it. I'm leaving.

14. Not to worry.

You say not to worry to someone to indicate that you are not upset or angry when something has gone wrong. (INFORMAL)

'Not to worry, Baby,' he said, and kissed her tenderly.

15. sth won't/doesn't hurt

spoken said when you think someone should do something or that something is a good idea The house looks pretty good, but a fresh paint job wouldn't hurt either.