In Spanish what is the difference between De nada and No hay de qu

In Spanish, what is the difference between “De nada” and “No hay de qué”?

Both of them mean the same thing (“You’re welcome!”), but “¡No hay de qué! is more expressive and feels more closer to the speaker.
The “¡De nada!” version is the formal and the most used expression.

Updated: 08.07.2019 — 8:35 pm

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