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    abrilsp Guest

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    Hi :)

    Which one is correct?

    "Thanks in advanced"
    "Thanks in advance"

    Thanks,

    abrilsp

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    shane is offline Senior Member
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    'Thanks in advance' is correct. :)


    'Advanced' means 'moved forward' :

    'The troops advanced towards the front line.'

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    Default Re: in advance?

    Quote Originally Posted by abrilsp
    Hi :)

    Which one is correct?

    "Thanks in advanced"
    "Thanks in advance"

    Thanks,

    abrilsp
    You can also use the phrase 'Thanking youin advance, I look forward to hearing from you' in letters

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