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In one status of my friend on Facebook, he wrote: "Thanks everyone". I think it should be: "Thanks, everyone" or "thanks to everyone," but I'm not sure. Is it okay to say that? I've seen a lot of people use it, including my English teacher.

Thank you.

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Standard English includes the comma, but in casual English it is often omitted

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In one status blog of my friend on Facebook, he wrote: "Thanks everyone".

In one status of message from my friend on Facebook, he wrote: "Thanks everyone".

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Thank you, I also notice that he wrote: "It is you guys from Thu Duc high school that push me...". Is it correct?

Is it correct? Yes, as casual English.

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Nam LuongI think it should be: "Thanks, everyone"

Me, too. Omiting the comma seems illiterate to many of us. Always include it.