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Hi everyone,

I'm trying to say it would be ok to have that ( that refers to something like extra load or heavy work). Should I say "it would be fine with me," "it would be fine for me," or "it would be fine to me." I'm really confused with this sentence : ). What is the right preposition to use?
If anyone reading the forum at the moment, please reply quickly.
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with
It's fine with me.
It would be fine with me.
It was fine with me.
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All could work in certain circumstances. is probably the most common but is also in common use.
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Thanks alot for the quick reply.

I used to use "fine with me" all the time, but I don't know why i've started doubting its correctness, while writing an email just five minutes before postingEmotion: smile. Anyway thanks alot for fro the quick reminder.

David
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