El 麦霸
"Thank you very many" and "Thank you so many" - are these sentences correct? I've head one Finnish singer said "Thank you very many" at his concert. So, is it an acceptable form? And what about the "Thank you so many"?Also there is a song "Thank you very many" by that Finnish singer. So, maybe it's just less common way?
Feb 17, 2017 11:44 AM
Answers · 9
They're both wrong :P
February 17, 2017
If the singer names a song "Thank you very many", it could be a deliberate choice (but grammatically, it is incorrect). Very many many happy for the happy many many~
February 17, 2017
Both are wrong. No native speaker would ever say either.
February 17, 2017
I've head one Finnish singer said "Thank you very many" at his concert. So, is it an acceptable form? And what about the "Thank you so many"? Hi El, Both phrases you quoted are not used by native speakers. We will always use "Thank you very much." When we say "Thank you", we are expressing appreciation for someone. This is an uncountable noun and we do not quantify appreciation using "very many" and "so many". Hope this helps. Cheers, Lance
February 17, 2017
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