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Monday, June 12, 2017

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Question Of The Week 6-12-17

 How do you say "thank you"?

In English, always. I don't speak other languages.
River, you are so clever:-)

Clearly and without a lot of extra goopy words. 

I say Thank You and I try to give a hug!

Thank you very much should do. Warm greetings!

TY followed by a hug if warranted


"Thank you so much" and a hug if they are close. Sometimes a small gift also is nice. 


Often. 

I always say, thank you

All the best Jan

In person if possible. Call if not close by - sometimes with a card if extra special (or important)


That is one of your hardest questions. It all depends on the event I am thanking them for. I will say whether it is just a simple word response,a hug, a card or a gift or an exchange in time spent, it is important to let people know you appreciate what they did.

via the mouth, and the keyboard. sometimes two worded, sometimes one.

I do all of those things, but I think a written thank you note is always a good thing.


In person, I'll say either "Thanks," "Thank You," "Gracias" or "Thank you kindly."

Online, I say, "Thankee."

I Are Writer!

I usually write a TY note. Once Ron's sister-in-law told me, "Don't send notes. Our family doesn't do that. Thank you is simply understood."  My mother raised me just the opposite way.  A note is most important.

Thank you ALL for following the Question Of The Week and posting great answers.











20 comments:

  1. In English, always. I don't speak other languages.

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    1. River, you are so clever:-)

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  2. Clearly and without a lot of extra goopy words.

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  3. I say Thank You and I try to give a hug!

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  4. Thank you very much should do. Warm greetings!

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  5. TY followed by a hug if warranted

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  6. "Thank you so much" and a hug if they are close. Sometimes a small gift also is nice.

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  7. I always say, thank you

    All the best Jan

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  8. In person if possible. Call if not close by - sometimes with a card if extra special (or important)

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  9. That is one of your hardest questions. It all depends on the event I am thanking them for. I will say whether it is just a simple word response,a hug, a card or a gift or an exchange in time spent, it is important to let people know you appreciate what they did.

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  10. via the mouth, and the keyboard. sometimes two worded, sometimes one.

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  11. I do all of those things, but I think a written thank you note is always a good thing.

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  12. In person, I'll say either "Thanks," "Thank You," "Gracias" or "Thank you kindly."

    Online, I say, "Thankee."

    I Are Writer!

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  13. I usually write a TY note. Once Ron's sister-in-law told me, "Don't send notes. Our family doesn't do that. Thank you is simply understood."

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  14. I do think a thank you note is nice, but I think appropriate food is also a good way to thank someone. I won't send a cake to a person with diabetes and I won't send meat to a vegan, but there are a lot of foods out there that you can tailor to anyone's tastes. Everybody likes a treat.

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  15. I always say, "Thank you very much," with a BIG smile.

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  16. With a smile. :)

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  17. Thank you with a smile.

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  18. Texting is convenient but in person is great n a note in the mail is grand! I do those for b-day gifts usually. Eqasy to get out of those nowadays-

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