Say, someone asks you if you desire to perform something, and you respond with 'why not' or 'I can as well'. What would you speak in German?


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Not every equally applicable in every situation, yet off the optimal of mine head:

Meinetwegen.

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Von mir aus.

Na gut.

Warum nicht?

Ich habe nichts Besseres zu tun.


Depending on exactly how enthusiastic or encouraged you want to sound, girlfriend can add things like:

Klingt gut, warum nicht?

Warum eigentlich nicht?

Ja, meinetwegen. This one isn't simple to translate, \"meinetwegen\" may also mean \"I don't care\" or \"whatever\">

Other idioms I deserve to think of currently are

Können wir machen. / Kann ich machen.

Könnte guy (eigentlich mal) machen.

Joa.


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Warum nicht

\"Möchtest du noch ein Stück Kuchen?\" - \"Warum nicht.\"


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Warum nicht


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Would \"egal\" work-related in this context?


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That would certainly be thought about a little much more rude, prefer saying \"I don't care\" or \"it doesn't matter\".Edit: Thought about it. Actually, you might say something like \"(auch) egal\", but to make points clear, I would personally always include something follow me the currently of \"Ich mache das einfach\". That converts to \"I'll just do it.\"


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You would understand this if you had actually listened to Deutsch - Warum Nicht?.


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I c what u walk there


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