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  1. Anonymous
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    the expression of gratitude

    Hello

    I'd like to ask about the expression of gratitude.

    1) You've been very kind to me. I cannot thank you too much.

    Is this expression Ok? Is " too much " correct?

    If it's not, would you tell me the right way?

    Thank you. :)


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    Re: the expression of gratitude

    You have been very kind to me; I can't thank you enough.

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    Re: the expression of gratitude

    Quote Originally Posted by Lina
    Hello

    I'd like to ask about the expression of gratitude.

    1) You've been very kind to me. I cannot thank you too much.

    Is this expression Ok? Is " too much " correct?

    If it's not, would you tell me the right way?

    Thank you. :)
    You've been very kind to me. I can't thank you enough. (OK)

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