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    for or to

    Thanks "for" his help. or
    Thanks "to" his help.

    Thanks "for" your help. or
    Thanks "to" your help.
    Thank you.

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    Re: for or to

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    Thanks "for" his help. or
    Thanks "to" his help.

    Thanks "for" your help. or
    Thanks "to" your help.
    Thank you.
    It depends on.... CONTEXT.

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    Re: for or to

    Phrase: thanks to

    as a result of; due to:
    it‘s thanks to you that he’s in this mess

    plural noun: thanks for

    an expression of gratitude:
    festivals were held to give thanks for the harvest
    a letter of thanks

    another way of saying thank you: thanks for being so helpful, many thanks


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