I have just seen "thanking you in advance" once. And I wonder how it is different from "thank you in advance". Could you please explain for me?
And which following sentences is correct?
1. I want to say thanks to him.
2. I want to say thank him.
3. I want to send my thanks to him.
Could you give me more example about it?
:D Thank you very much.
There is little difference. You can use either.
Originally Posted by chibi
Sentence #1 and #3 are fine. #2 is incorrect; you could say "I want to thank him".
By Jupiter in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 22-Jul-2006, 09:53
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