Dear all,

I would like to ask one question to you. One person said "sorry" to me the other day. I wish to tell him no need to say "sorry". Please tell me which of the following is the apt expression. And I would like to know whether the first expression is correct.

1) Don't be sorry.

2) Don't say sorry.

Thank you.


Neither of those is ideal in that situation. You can say "There's no need to apologise".

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Sorry, I made I typo in my original post. I left out the word "no"!

I have corrected it now.

Yes, thank you very much.
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