Which is correct:
"That sounds fine with me" or "That sounds great"?

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That sounds fine with me

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English to express acceptance without strong enthusiasm.

This phrase is used to indicate agreement or acceptance in a neutral or nonchalant manner.

Examples:

  • A: Let's meet at 3 pm. B: That sounds fine with me.

Alternatives:

  • that works for me
  • that's okay with me
  • I'm okay with that

That sounds great

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English to express enthusiasm and positivity.

This phrase is used to show excitement or approval about something.

Examples:

  • A: How about going to the beach tomorrow? B: That sounds great!

Alternatives:

  • that sounds awesome
  • that sounds amazing
  • that sounds fantastic
Both phrases are correct and commonly used in English, but they convey slightly different levels of enthusiasm. 'That sounds fine with me' is more neutral and indicates acceptance without strong enthusiasm, while 'That sounds great' expresses a higher level of enthusiasm and positivity.

Last updated: March 23, 2024

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