About pronunciation of "thank you"
"thanks" [θæŋks] are usually [θæŋs]. "think so" [θiŋk-so] tends to be pronounced [θiŋ-so].
In a consonant group, the consonants, such as k, p, t. are omitted.
if you look at the most famous Merriam Webster dictionary in the United States, "thanks" can be ˈ[thaŋ(k)s] omitted by 'k'. It's explained. (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/thanks)
In that sense, "thank-you" [θæŋk-juː] ( As the principle that k pronunciation is omitted)
Is it possible to pronunciation that omits k as in [θæŋ-juː]?