Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
be my guest
be my guest
1) permit or encourage somebody to do something
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please, be my guest
This expression is a polite, informal way of granting permission and is usually used in response to a request from somebody to take, borrow, or use something belonging to you. It carries the same meaning as phrases such as 'go ahead,' 'please do,' and 'help yourself,' and can be used in either a social or professional setting.
Social Examples (Basic)
Person A: "Do you mind if I grab another beer out of your fridge?" Person B: "Be my guest."
Professional Examples (Basic)
The proposal I'm presenting today is by no means set in stone, so if anybody wants to make a suggestion then, please, be my guest.
Person A: "My computer is playing up at the moment. Do you mind if I quickly send an email on yours?" Person B: "Sure, be my guest."
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