Which is correct no problem or not a problem?

Which is correct no problem or not a problem?

Which is correct no problem or not a problem?

No precedes a noun that has no article. Not precedes a noun that has an article. Either works but for style I would prefer “Not a problem”. If I use “it is no problem” I expect something else to follow “it is no problem for me to…”

What is having a problem?

A situation, matter, or person that is hard to deal with or understand: was having problems breathing; considered the main problem to be his boss. See Usage Note at dilemma. b. A personal matter that causes one difficulty or needs to be dealt with: felt her tyrannical boss had deep-seated problems.

Is any problem grammatically correct?

In normal usage (as Romany shows), it usually has a plural or uncountable noun after it. However, if it has the implication of “any at all” or “even just one” it can use a singular. In the phrase ‘any problem’ particularly, it is often used with a singular ‘problem’. “Any problem” = “any problems, even just one”.

Do you have any problem how do you answer?

Always say ‘Yes,’ when an interviewer asks if you have questions. Surprisingly, the most common answer to the interview question, “Do you have any questions?” is no. Not only is this the wrong answer, but it’s also a missed opportunity to find out information about the company.

Do you have any problem meaning?

: to feel that something is not acceptable or agreeable to oneself Do you have a problem with something I said? —usually used in negative statements “We’ll have to leave a little early.” “OK, I don’t have a problem with that.”

What kind of word is problem?

problem (adjective) problem–solving (noun)

Is it OK to say no problem?

Most people who reply with “no problem” following an expression of gratitude intend to convey that they acted out of politeness and were not inconvenienced, and, really, no expression of thanks is needed. Sure, the term “no problem” is negative in construction, but its intended meaning isn’t.

Is no problem too informal?

No problem is quite an informal way of saying ‘you’re welcome’. Another way this could be said is, in response to expression of regret, or gratitude when no thanks, or apology is necessary. Example 1: “Could you help me with this please?” “Sure, no problem”

What is asked in the problem meaning?

This asks about the question or the problem in the situation. Usually, it asks of the number of something missing or asked in the word problem. It is written in a statement form like the example above.

What do you do if you have problems?

6 Things To Do When Facing Any Problem

  1. Calm down, breathe and think clearly. First things first.
  2. Don’t try to solve your problems and other people’s problems at the same time.
  3. Ask for advice from your family and your closest friends.
  4. Be patient.
  5. Stay positive.
  6. Once you find the answer you were looking for, give thanks.