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    Job/Work

    "Thanks, you did a good job/work."
    When a person has done something useful and good, and I want to thank that one, which word should I use?
    And does saying like this generally sound natural?

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    Re: Job/Work

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Lucky_One View Post
    "Thanks, you did a good job/work."
    When a person has done something useful and good, and I want to thank that one, which word should I use?
    And does saying like this generally sound natural?
    "You did a good job" is fine. You could say "You did good work", no article, but the former is more usual/natural.

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