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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.

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

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cat navy 425 Thanks a lot.

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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