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    Words are failing me

    Is the following sentence correct?

    Words are failing me to thank you.

    tnx

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    Re: Words are failing me

    Not a teacher.

    You are using words to thank the other person.

    What words fail you is in thanking him enough, or to the extent required.

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    Re: Words are failing me

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    Is the following sentence correct?

    Words are failing me to thank you.

    tnx
    Not continuous; just say 'I can't thank you enough'.

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