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Sometimes I end my post to a forums member with Thanks for always helping me to show my gratitude. As a matter of fact, that member hasn't always helped me; he only helps me when he has time or is available. So they don't always help me when I need help. Is it still correct to use that sentece? I'm not saying that I shouldn't offer my thanks to someone but I believe the literal meaning of the sentence is more sugar-coated than it should be.
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Yoong Liat Are you saying it is OK to say 'thanks' after posting and 'thanks' again after receiving a reply?
Yes, absolutely.
Thanks, Avangi, for your response.
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