When someone gives you something or does something nice for you, it is polite to say "Thank you." We show gratitude because people do not have to help us, support us, or share with us--but they choose to do it, anyway. Saying "Thank you" is a vital part of human interaction and of developing connections with other people.
In my latest video, I share 10 ways to say "Thank you" to someone who has helped you or supported you. The reason I have made this video is because I want to thank you for helping my YouTube channel to reach 1 million subscribers. This is a very cool achievement for me, and I couldn't have done it without you. These are all common and practical English sentences that you can use in your daily life. I encourage to use them today!
When you are done, make sure to do the quiz on engVid.com. And if you would like to see even more ways to show gratitude in English, keep reading.
Here are the 10 ways to say "Thank you" in the video:
Thank you (very much/so much).
Thanks (so much/a lot).
I (really) appreciate it.
I appreciate your help/support/feedback/input.
I'm grateful. / I'm grateful for your help/support/feedback/input.
I couldn't have done it without you.
This means a lot to me. / It means a lot to me.
This means the world to me.
It means the world. / Your help/support means the world.
I owe you one.
More ways to say "Thank you"
Of course, there are many more ways to say "Thank you." Here are some other sentences you can use:
That’s (very/so) nice/kind/thoughtful of you.
I’m very/incredibly/forever/deeply grateful.
I don’t know how I can ever repay you.
You’re a lifesaver.
What would I do without you?
I’m in your debt. / I’m (forever) indebted to you/him/her/them/etc. (A little dramatic and formal, but possible.)
Thanks (a ton/a bunch/a million).
That's all for today. Can you think of other ways to say "Thank you"? Let me know in the comments, and thanks again for subscribing to my channel and for studying with engVid! Until next time, I wish you success in all of your studies.