“Yeah, that's totally fine. The more the merrier!”

English Lesson: Yeah, that's totally fine. The more the merrier!

You invited a friend to your neighbor's barbecue party. He asks if he can bring his girlfriend. You tell him you think that will be fine.

Yeah, that's totally fine. The more the merrier!

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"Yeah" is a more casual way of saying "yes". 

Say this to agree with something that a person said:

Yeah, no problem.

Yeah, I actually did it myself.

You can also say "yeah" when you're going to disagree but you want to make your disagreement sound a little softer.

Yeah, but then it'll be blocking one of the outlets.

"Yeah" sounds less formal than "yes." 

That's totally fine.

You can use the phrase "That's fine" to give someone permission to do something:

A: Is it OK if I come in an hour or two late tomorrow? I have some errands to run.

B: Yeah, that's fine.

Add "totally" to agree even more strongly:

Sure. That's totally fine.

The more the merrier.

The idiom "The more the merrier" means that social events are more fun when there are more people.

You use this phrase to let someone know that it's OK to bring other people to a party or other event:

A: Do you mind if my cousin comes along?

B: Not at all! The more the merrier!