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    Red face Can I say "can not say more thanks"

    Hello friends,

    If I want to express thanks to someone, can I say "can not say more thanks" in the letter? Is this a positive meaning or negative at all?

    Your help is highly appreciated!

    Barry

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    Re: Can I say "can not say more thanks"

    Quote Originally Posted by barryzyj View Post
    Hello friends,

    If I want to express thanks to someone, can I say "can not say more thanks" in the letter? Is this a positive meaning or negative at all?

    Your help is highly appreciated!

    Barry
    It is a very awkward way to say it, better would be; 'I cannot thank you enough'.


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    Thanks for your prompt response. I appreciate it.

    Barry

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