Hello, English learners welcome to one more free English speaking Practice lesson in Hindi with your favourite English teacher Myra. In this Spoken English lesson through Hindi, you will learn how to say ‘Thank you’ in 50 smart ways in the English language. Saying Thank you is very common in our daily English conversation, but saying the same ‘Thank you’ in every situation gets a little boring. Learn smart ways to say ‘Thank you’ in different situations such as formal and informal ways to say thank you in English. For more English lesson to improve your English speaking skills and speak fluent English visit our website to access more than 1000 free English lessons online.
Different ways to say ‘Thank you’ in English.
- Thank you so much.
- Thanks, that’s so nice of you.
- Oh! Thanks, I would love to.
- No thanks, I am fine at the moment.
- No thanks, that’s very kind of you.
- No thank you, you are so helpful.
- Thank you for coming here.
- Thank you for visiting us.
- Thank you for your kind words.
- Thank you so much for coming.
- Thank you for joining us.
- We appreciate you for sharing our celebration (with us)
- We appreciate your presence here.
- Thank you, there was no need for this.
- Thank you so much for the gift.
- I can’t thank you enough for this beautiful gift.
- Thank you so much for your help.
- Thank you so much, what would we’ve done without your help.
- Thanks a lot for your contribution.
- It was a pleasure to be a part of your wedding.
- Thanks for inviting us.
- Invitation – न्योता
- I am very happy to be a part of your celebrations.
Formal ways of saying ‘Thank you’
- I would like to sincerely thank you for this gesture.
- Thank you very much for putting your trust in me.
- Thank you for accepting my leave application.
- Thank you for providing such a great working environment.
Informal ways of saying ‘Thank you’
- Thanks, buddy, you are the best.
- Thank you are an angle.
- You are a life saviour.
- I am in your debt.
- I owe you big time.
- I am touched, thank you so much.
Common replies to ‘Thank you’
- No problems.
- No worries.
- It wasn’t a problem at all.
- Any time.
- You are most welcome.
- No big deal.
- It’s nothing.
- Please don’t mention it.
- Please don’t thank me.
- It’s my pleasure.
- The pleasure is all mine.
- Happy to help you.