Is the sentence 'Thanks for help' easily understood?
Should I use 'Thanks for helping me', or 'Thanks for help me'?
The only sentence which is correct is "Thanks for helping me", as the verb "to help" is preceded by a preposition and so needs to be a gerund.
If you prefer, you could use help as a noun; in this case, you should write Thanks for your help instead of your initial sentence.
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