Politeness and etiquette are two faithful guides in the modern world. Often, gratitude is expressed in everyday situations or in formal meetings. And in English, as in the international language of communication, there are many ways to say thank you.
There are official forms of expressing gratitude. These phrases include "thank you", "thank you very much", "thank you so much", which are translated into Russian as "thank you / thank you very much." You can also add to them "that's very kind of you" or "that's very kind of you" in Russian. If you want to express your gratitude more strongly, use the phrase "I can't thank you enough" or "I don't know how to thank you". These phrases are translated “I don’t know how to thank you”.
There are also several ways to informally thank you in English. The most common phrase is "thanks" or "thanks a lot". A positive thank you would be "thanks awfully". If you are giving thanks in a conversation for something in the future, the phrase "thank you in advance" is best. There are times when there is nothing to thank for, or you were refused. In English, there is an option for such situations: "thank you for nothing", which sounds in Russian "thank you for that."
Thank you in an email can also be expressed in several ways. First, you can say thank you at the beginning of the letter. The phrase "thank you for contacting us" is a good fit when it comes to the company's services. If your letter was answered quickly, then you can thank the words "thank you for your prompt reply" ("thanks for your prompt reply"). If the letter provided you with the necessary information, this phrase will show your gratitude: "Thank you for providing the requested information". And a good option for the case when the person did something out of the ordinary: "Thank you for all your assistance" ("thanks for your help").
You can also thank at the end of the letter. By doing this, you express your gratitude for future help. For this, the phrases "thank you for your kind cooperation" are suitable - "thank you very much for your cooperation", "thank you for your attention to this matter" - "thank you for your attention to this issue." If you are informing in the letter about something that will cause inconvenience, then use the phrase "thank you for your understanding" - "thank you for your understanding." If the addressee has provided such help that you are ready to thank him both at the beginning and at the end of the letter, use "thank you again for everything you’ve done" - "thanks for everything you did."