A quite unique resource to non-native speakers. In order to express quite as many as 7 ways to be thankful to M. MacCarthy, my teacher in the Master's Course in Teaching English EFL - Valencia -(1995-6)
- Complimenting/expressing appreciation for the benefactor or the favour/gift
- Expressing obligation
- Expressing a lack of necessity
- Promising to repay
- Expressing surprise and delight
- Expressing affection
Thanks a lot. You are wonderful! Thank you so much for our WordSelector. It's really the knowledge I wanted.
I am really grateful for what you have done for my learning. Thanks a lot.
Thanks a lot, but you took unnecessary trouble for me.
I don't have enough words to thank you. I will pay you back somehow as soon as I can with an entry in my blog.
Wow! Wonderful! Thanks, thanks, thanks! Here we have a useful list indeed. In Catalan and another 4 languages!
I really appreciate this. You're a lifesaver for my work at manresaEOI.
Thank you so much, dear professor. I don't know what I would've done without your books.
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completely, entirely - This is quite impossible.fairly, rather, to a certain extent - It's quite warm today; He's quite a good artist; I quite like the idea.exactly, indeed, I agree - "I think he is being unfair to her." "Quite".