Honestly? Not very much. But having twin toddlers has taught me to. I notice sometimes they do not have manners when asking or receiving something, and when I evaluate my talk to them and others, it sounds more demanding. They have actually taught me to be more aware of manners myself.
More than I can keep up with. I have 3 children though and I can't expect them to say it unless I do, so I make a habit of saying it! No one gets anywhere in this house without saying please first and thank you after.
I say it when I am sincere, as in when I'm indeed thankful. Practicing to say a word just because doesn't hold any weight even if I'm successful in making the other person "feel good".
I must apologize; I do not say it enough times. Therefore, my answer would simply be That I say thank you, on average, not enough times, thank you!
I say thank you about twice a day. I say it only when it is necessary.
Today, I've said it about 10 times while working... I'm tired:(
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