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    Talking "Thankyou" or "Thank You" ?

    Hello,


    Which is correct?

    "Thank you" or "Thankyou"
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    Thank you is the proper grammar.

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    Thank You is correct but now a days many people use to write thanx in shortcut

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    Quote Originally Posted by humawebdesign View Post
    Thank You is correct but now a days many people use to write thanx in shortcut
    even shorter: THX, or TQ (thank you)
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    Quote Originally Posted by humawebdesign View Post
    Thank You is correct but now a days many people use to write thanx in shortcut
    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by agustan View Post
    even shorter: THX, or TQ (thank you)
    :lol: I can't use this words with my clients
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    (If I write a email to software company or my BOSS for activating my License or other works)


    Hello,

    Plz, Act my llc.


    TQ
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    It is "thank you." It really bothers me when people type it "thankyou" haha.
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    How could anyone imagine "thankyou" to be correct? Didn't you know these are two different words?

    Is it s joke?

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    and what about thanku or thank u

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenRohed View Post
    How could anyone imagine "thankyou" to be correct? Didn't you know these are two different words?

    Is it s joke?
    Actually I am weak in English, I am from Village(not from European country)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbcwebhosting View Post
    and what about thanku or thank u
    You can use short words with your friends, family but you can't use this in your profession(bad impression)
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    I'd go with Thank you, as Thankyou isn't really a word.
    But at the same time, Thank you is an incomplete sentence.

    Should be: I thank you... (Most likely was before we butchered language)

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    kkthxbye

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    Spank You,
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    Ppank you very much!

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    ty


    I think its the best

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    Thank you of course!
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    "Thank you" is definitely correct from a grammatical standpoint.

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    ty gl hf & gg

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    someone forgot "thank-you"

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    tq more simply ones
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