Learn English – “No problem” or “no problems”?


I study English and I ran into a problem.
What version is correct:
"no problem" or "no problems"?

P.S. Is "ran into a problem" correct?
P.P.S. Is version correct word for this situation? May be "variant"?

Best Answer

It depends.

If the following case

Can you finish on time? Yes. No problem.

you use the singular form.

On the contrary, in a phrase like:

I carefully examined your solution, and found no problems in it.

you can also use the plural form, indicating that you examined more than one possible problems in the suggested solution.

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