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  1. Jan 24,  · If you wrote “thanks, again” you would be implying annoyance. That implication would come from the comma shifting the scope and meaning of the word “thanks.” In “thanks again” you would express sincere thanks and indicate that this was a reaffirmation of thanks already given.
  2. Searching the following sources for "Thanks [noun]" (where possible), or "Thanks John" (where not) reveals that both are in extremely common use: The British National Corpus (BNC) Google; The BBC website [Note that for the BNC you can search for either "thanks, [n]" or "thanks [n]" to find the word "thanks" followed by a noun.].
  3. May 09,  · Thank you again John! Review of Red Roof Inn Boardman. Reviewed May 9, I stayed at the Red Roof Inn Boardman twice last week, first on Thursday evening and then on Saturday evening. When I called and made my reservations on Monday, I specifically asked for a first floor room with 1 king bed. I informed the clerk that I needed a first 5/5.
  4. May 06,  · "Thank you John," is good/bad grammar in the same situation as the example above. "Thank you, John."/"Thanks, John" is, to my understanding, perfect grammar. The last one is 'perfect' grammar because putting a comma between 'thank you' and 'John' (the person being directly spoken to) is proper. If you are continuing your sentence afterwards.
  5. QUESTION: Do you need a comma after "thank you," followed by someone's name? EXCEPTION TO ANSWERS: The answers stating that a comma must follow “thank you” and precede the name, as in “Thank you, Frank” are correct, of course. This is because the.
  6. Jul 17,  · Vctory OngThank you (John) for clearing up the mess in the kitchen. The John here can be remained or omited. Yes 'John' is optional - you can omit it. - The reason - you are talking directly to deipomondcontnetvi.eadadnoileftguteetarenjingfighbattnoc.co OngHey Fred, can you thank John for clearing up the mess in the kitchen. It means I want Fred to thank John for me. - Exactly.
  7. Oct 25,  · 7 Thanks again. Here’s a trusty option if your email began with a thank you. It can even work as a sign-off with a comma at the end, particularly if you’re including a closing line to this effect: I appreciate all your help ferreting out such an extensive list of species related to otters. Thanks again,-Your Name. 8 Thanks in advance.

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