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    Nefertiti is offline Member
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    thanks for your coming

    Is it OK to say, "thanks for your coming"?

    I just heard people say, "thanks or thank you for coming".

    Would it wrong if you say, "thank or thank you for your coming"?

    Thanks

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: thanks for your coming

    You do not need the possessive pronoun in this phrase:

    Thank you for coming is the normal greeting.

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