Hi everybody!

I want to know is there any way to say 'thank you' to someone in a different way? Well, if you are not getting what I mean, let me explain it.

Someone helped you to carry a box that you couldn't carry it so you will say 'thank you very much' or something else.

But if someone helped me to do something that I canNOT do it AT ALL, well, I will become soooo excited and want to say to him/her a very very very special 'thank you', so how can I do that?

I hope you can understand me what I'm saying Emotion: stick out tongue

Thanks for any help
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Thank you very much, Thank you so much, Thank you for everything etc are really the extreme thank you's that I tend to use.

Thanks, Ta, Cheers are less formal and more casual and therefore more commonly used.

"I can't thank you enough" may be the best answer I can give.
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Hi,

There are lots of ways to say it.

eg Thank you very, very much. I'm really grateful.

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This is really interesting, even I'd love to learn more.

I think we need to be more creative here.

Thanks a million, or Thank you a zellion times

I owe you.... or I am deeply indebted

but more attention to the real scenario and emotions would convey the right thing. e.g. as you said

that " (I felt) I canNOT do it AT ALL.... (I am so exited to see that I can do it).... thank you". Here, the same 'thank you' would have a lot more weightage, because you take the effort to explain your feelings, accomplishments and facts.

do google search: http://www.google.com/search?q=thank+you+quote

I think you'll see more search results of these kinds: formal, written or greeting. I'd like to learn more about how people SAY thanks.
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kpa123This is really interesting, even I'd love to learn more.

I think we need to be more creative here.

Thanks a million, or Thank you a zellion times
I owe you.. or I am deeply indebted

but more attention to the real scenario and emotions would convey the right thing. e.g. as you said
that " (I felt) I canNOT do it AT ALL.. (I am so exited to see that I can do it).. thank you". Here, the same 'thank you' would have a lot more weightage, because you take the effort to explain your feelings, accomplishments and facts.

do google search:
I think you'll see more search results of these kinds: formal, written or greeting. I'd like to learn more about how people SAY thanks.
You're quite right there are lots of ways people can say thanks. I think though I and many other people lookat the body language and listen less to the words. The British are very good at thanking each other without meaning it. We spend hours doing it. Body langauge and gestures make the difference to me, speaking personally.
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I really appreciate your help.

I couldn't have done it without you!
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Hi. For the informal situation you cited, the above mentioned phrases do well.

But the followings are some alternatives for formal contexts. I hope you find them helpful.

You could say;

1. My appreciation is beyond expression.

2. Words are inadequate to express my gratitude.

3. I highly appreciate your invaluable contribution.

4. I won't be able to fully express my heartfelt acknowledgement for your contribution.

And many other combinations you can make.

Cheers
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Anonymous:
yes you can say thanks in many way
thanks i appreciate it
i cant thank you enough
thank you kindly
i dont know how to thanku you
Anonymous:
I also have the same question Emotion: big smile
I often use the following ones:
Thanks a lot
Thank you so much.
Thanks a ton.
Many thanks
Thank you very much.
Loads of thanks !
Tons of thanks !
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