In French, you use a specific expression to say that you don't mind something: "ça m'est égal".
How to say "I don't mind/care" in French
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To express indifference when facing a choice in French (I don't mind/I don't care), you use the expression ça m'est égal.
Literally, you're saying "It is equal to me", hence the use of the indirect object pronoun to refer to the person who doesn't mind.
Ça m'/t'/lui/nous/vous/leur est égal. = I/You/He-She/We/You/They do(es)n't mind/care
Note that ça is the less formal form of cela: both are correct, cela would be used more in writing, and ça in speech.
See also Ça = that/this/it (French Demonstrative Pronouns)
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