'I don't care' - 'I don't mind': UK-US English difference: Learn English with Simple English Videos

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This video explains how 'I don't care' and 'I don't mind' have different meanings in British and American English and explores how it can cause misunderstand...

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  • Hi Vicky, I'm anxiously waiting for more videos. Cheers.

  • hi every body , i need a native American or English to have a conversation with them in English, is sb there help me?

  • Thank you Diego. We hope to have more videos soon.

  • Awesome video, I like it too much. Congrats, very simple explanation and we're so good in action. 

  • So glad you like it, Onee-chan and valentina, and welcome to English club, valentina.

  • I like such stuff - instructive and entertaining. Thank you for drawing our attention to the things like that. I'm new in MEC and discover more and more interesting people, enjoyable and useful things and possibilities. Thank you, Vicki.

  • Teacher Vicki.......,

    I love this video!! I've just known that we can answer "I don't mind" or "I don't care" on an offer question. :) Yeah, "I don't care" sounds negative and a little annoying. :))

    I really like your ending conversation. "Well, make up your mind" "Why? You can decide" :D

    Thank you very much for sharing this great and useful video of yours, Madam. :)

  • This is videotastic! Thank you for the clear definitions of 'I don't mind' and 'I don't care'. :)

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