Wadjasay? American English Pronunciation Practice

Thank you and thanks

January 18, 2023 Follow on Telegram: https://t.me/NativeEnglishLessons Season 3 Episode 39
Wadjasay? American English Pronunciation Practice
Thank you and thanks
Wadjasay? Practice American English Pronunciation
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Show Notes

1. Thank you for telling me. [Thanks for telling me.]

2. Thank you for letting me know. [Thanks for letting me know.]

3. Thank you for coming over. [Thanks for coming over.]

4. Thank you for stopping by. [Thanks for stopping by.]

5. Thank you for visiting me. [Thanks for visiting me.]

6. Thank you for explaining that to me. [Thanks for explaining that to me.]

7. Thank you for listening to me. [Thanks for listening to me.]

8. Thank you for helping me. [Thanks for helping me.]

9. Thank you for cooking dinner. [Thanks for cooking dinner.]

10. Thank you for your interest. [Thanks for your interest.]

11. Thank you for helping me with my homework. [Thanks for helping me with my homework.]

12. Thank you for the ride to work. [Thanks for the ride to work.]

13. Please thank John for me. [Please thank him for me.]

14. Please thank Susan and Mary for me. [Please thank them for me.]

15. Please thank Maria for me. [Please thank her for me.]

16. I can’t thank you enough.

17. We really appreciate your help. [We’re really grateful for your help.]

18. Do you need any help? No, thanks, I’m all set.

19. Do you want us to help you? No, thanks, we’re all set.

20. When a small business needs one or more additional employees, the owner will often post a sign that says “Help Wanted.”

Intro & Outro Music: La Pompe Du Trompe by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

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