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    Correct usage of the sentence

    Hello

    If I use the sentence "Thanks for your clarification" is it right? If yes then how does the sentence agreement work, if not which is the right one? and why is it right?

    Can you please help me out on this?

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    Given that 'thanks' is understood as 'thank you', then it would generally be seen as a complete sentence. However, 'thank you' might be more appropriate in writing, especially formal.

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    Re: Correct usage of the sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by homerhp
    Hello

    If I use the sentence "Thanks for your clarification" is it right? If yes then how does the sentence agreement work, if not which is the right one? and why is it right?

    Can you please help me out on this?
    I still don't get the problem with sentence agreement. :(

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