Formal or informal? When do i use it?
when somebody tells you "merci", you can answer "de rien" as you would answer "you're welcome" in English.
Hey ! it have no type , We use it when someone say 'Merci' De rien have the same meaning of 'no problem' or 'with pleasure'
Hi leCommune, just so for you know:
« commune » is a noun feminine singular, it is necessary to write an article feminine singular on front of « LA commune. »
I tried, but they said someone already had that name so i went with le
Hello! " C' est moi" , "je vous en prie" , " il n' y a pas de quoi", " merci à vous" are another possibilities.
C'est moi et merci à vous sont quand même très rares
De rien is considered informal in my books (I am a teacher of French as a foreign language), je t'en prie/je vous en prie is more formal.