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Do you say "Thanks" or Thank You?" Does it make a difference? Is it more meaningful to add "you"?


 

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    lupine 4 years ago

    Congratulations on "Best Answer", I thought it was great too. Voted up.

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    Dora Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    Michael, I understand the explanation you give, and I appreciate it. I think our English usage is similar. Thank You for sharing.

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    Sally Gulbrandsen (sallybea) 4 years ago

    I think that by adding a you makes the gratitude appear more heartfelt.