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?
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It's fine with me.
It would be fine with me.
It was fine with me.
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.

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