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Which of these phrases did you like the most? Let us know in the comment section below!
P.S. Click here to find more ways to say thank you here!
I have learned so much thanks to you.
선생님 덕분에 정말 많이 배웠어요.
Seonsaengnim deokbune jeongmal mani baewosseoyo.
I learn a lot thank you so much.
Hi Steve, KBT,
감사합니다 is the utmost formal way to say thank you and you would use it with people senior to you/business environment. 고맙습니다 is also polite, but you would not use it to thank someone older. You would use it in a business environment to someone of similar or lower rank. 고마워요/감사해요 are polite ways to thank people in a more casual environment. For example, if you are both students at a school and the other person has helped you out, you may use either phrase to say thank you. For thanking people younger/lower level, you would say 고마워.
Thanks for posting. Keep up the good work!
Thank you for posting. Keep up the good work, please let us know if you have any other inquiries.
Hello! I was wondering, what's the difference between "gomawoyo" and "gamsahamnida"?
제가 나아질 수 있게 인내심을 갖고 도와주셔서 감사합니다.
When is it appropriate to use a particular way of saying thank you? Young? Old? Family? Group? Etc.
Thanks for sharing!
Please let us know if you have any other inquiries.
생각해 주셔서 감사합니다.