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After exchanging thank you and your welcome for doing something nice that I did for someone I received this phrase 有你真好。on WeChat. Google translate says “nice to have you” What does this mean? How should I respond?

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    "Nice to have you" = "it's great having you around as a friend/acquaintance/colleague/whatever" – droooze Apr 15 '18 at 5:17
  • actually the connotation is rather intimate. More commonly said to close friends or romantic partners. – Ben Yang Apr 16 '18 at 23:01
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It means things get easier with your help and they appreciate, or it's nice to have you there because you could help. You don't really have to response to it. I would just response with a smile in this situation.

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