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I want to thank a person for what he taught me. How can I say him this?

Thank you for sharing experience

Is this sentence correct? Does not it contains lexical errors?

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There's nothing wrong with your sentence grammatically. The word great seems a bit unnecessary to me. So, I would probably reword it as follow:

Thanks for sharing your experience with me[or us].

Thanks for sharing your experience.

Thank you for sharing your experience with me.

Thank you for sharing your experience.

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