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Say Thanks to Show Gratitude

Say Thanks to Show Gratitude

Thank You - an expression of gratitude used to show appreciation for something.

  • Part of Speech: Interjection
  • Sentence Example: Thank you for helping me on the committee.

Thank You - an act or expression of gratitude

  • Part of Speech: Noun
  • Sentence Example: He gave her a dozen roses as a thank you.

Whether you want to say "Thanks," "Thank You" or "Gracias," you can express the sentiment with a gift, in words, or with a note or card. 


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5. Say Thanks with a Letter or Card

5. Say Thanks with a Letter or Card

Sometimes your "Thank You" begs for a little more explanation than you could give on a brief note or banner. This is when you need to write a letter or card.

  • Be sure to customize the card by mentioning what they gave you and how you will use it. 

2. Say Thanks with a Surprise Note

2. Say Thanks with a Surprise Note

Finding a note when you don't expect it, can be a fun surprise.

  • A simple "Thank You" attached to the fridge for a family member to see or attached to a co-workers' computer screen can express your thanks and give the other person a smile.

The Gratitude Trick

A recent study in a marketing journal advises to use gratitude, and start with a note of thanks towards what has been endured by the recipient.

For Example, Saying “Thank you for your patience’ instead of ‘Sorry for the wait’.

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