What's wrong with "I am really thank you for ..." and how could I improve it? I know it's not correct to write "I am really thank you for your gift". Could you explain why it's wrong here and suggest me some ways to improve this sentence. Thank you very much!
May 11, 2016 2:35 PM
Answers · 4
to thank is a verb. You would have to change it to thankful, which is an adjective. You are describing your feelings about the gift.
May 11, 2016
I am really thankful for the gift. I'm really thankful for the gift. Thankful, Thank You and Thanks are all different ways to express gratitude
May 11, 2016
Dear Minhthi1810 I haven't heard any native people said the sentence which was like you And "Thank" is a verb, you have to say " I thank you" but not" I am thank you"( or sth like that) But in the formal English, they usually drop the subject and I think you should correct like this: "Thanks (or thank you) for you gift." The way to improve: I think you should always find out if the word is a verb, noun or a adjective before writing a sentence. Claire
May 11, 2016
to thank is a verb. I think u could say I really appreciate your gift.
May 11, 2016
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