Englishpedia: Alternative Terms for ‘Thank You’

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So excited to come back with many insightful things to share and learn it along with you. Well, now we are going to discuss about the alternative terms, words, phrases, nor sentences you are able to say while you want to express your gratitude.

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Other Ways to Say “Thank you”

I will never forget what you have done
I wish to thank everyone who pitched in
I really appreciate everything you’ve done
I really want to thank you for your help
Many thanks
What would I do without you?
Words can’t describe how thankful I am
Thanks a bunch
My gratitude knows no bounds
Thanks a lot
Much obliged
How can I ever thank you enough
How can I show you how grateful I am?
That’s very kind of you
I really appreciate it
Thanks so much
I can’t thank you enough
I owe you one
You saved my day
I can’t express my appreciation
Accept my endless gratitude
I’ll be forever grateful
Thanks a million
You have my gratitude
I appreciate your time
Thanks a ton
How thoughtful of you!
I thank you from the bottom of my heart
I thank you most warmly
I want you to know how much I value your support
This means a lot to me
I’m grateful for your assistance
All my love and thanks to you
You made my day
You’re a dear
You’re too kind
Please accept my deepest thanks
Consider yourself heartily thanked
How can I ever possibly thank you
I’m really grateful for your help
It is hard to find words to express my gratitude
It was so awesome of you!
I couldn’t have done it without you
I do not know what I would do without you
I don’t know what to say!
Oh, you shouldn’t have!
I humbly thank you
Please accept my best thanks
I wanted to thank you as soon as possible
If anyone deserve thanks, it’s you
Your generosity overwhelms me


Source: https://7esl.com/ways-for-saying-thank-you/

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