italki
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** Let's play a language game! *** [LEVEL BEGINNER] Thank you! 1. How do you say "Thank You!" in your native language? Can you write it out in your native language? 2. Are there other ways to say "Thank you" more informally? 3. Share with us the different informal and formal ways to say thank you in your native language! italki Teachers and native speakers in our community, please help with corrections by commenting on user responses!
Oct 19, 2020 1:55 AM
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In Brazil we say: Muito obrigado! (Formal) Obrigado! (Formal) Valeu! (Informal)
October 20, 2020
To thank someone in my language we say "grazie". A more formal way could be "la ringrazio" that is a kind of courtesy form in third person. "Grazie mille" is similar to "thank you very much".
October 19, 2020
In italian: grazie (thanks) , 'ti ringrazio' or formal 'la ringrazio' (I thank you) , molto gentile (very kind of you), 'grazie mille' or 'molte grazie' (thanks a lot) A very peculiar one that comes to my mind is 'a buon rendere' which means something like I will exchange the favour sooner or later...
October 19, 2020
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italki
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Korean, Spanish
Learning Language
French, Spanish