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I am wondering how many expressions in English can express "Thank you" (I am just running out of them)

  1. Thank you (very much) or Thanks.
  2. Many thanks!
  3. I appreciate it indeed!
  4. Thanks a million!
  5. I can't say enough thanks to you

May I know more?

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Another way is: visit my site and click on my PayPal donation buttons. :) –  Kaz Apr 25 '12 at 20:21
    
Cheers! Ta! Wonderful! (In the sense of That help you provided was wonderful.) It's also common to borrow French and Spanish words, for some reason. –  TRiG Oct 13 '12 at 0:33
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"I am so grateful." "I am eternally grateful." "You'll never know how grateful I am." "You have my gratitude" "Wow! That really helped!" I'm sure there are many others. I know the last one does not literally give thanks, but I think that it, and other phrases like it, imply(ies) gratitude.

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Dare I add "Yo, thanks Gee!"? –  TecBrat Apr 25 '12 at 20:03
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"Much obliged" can be used. An old way of saying thank you.

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For some reason this reminded me of "Ta muchly". –  TRiG Nov 30 '12 at 19:39
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