Many thanks

you don’t see that much these days do you?

Many thanks,

Xylo

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Thank you very much

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Many thanks, Sean

Xylo

I say it sometimes if I have many to be thanks about

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Usually just go for a simple

Thanks,

lastdino

Or a

Best,

lastdino

But Many thanks does come out when I’m emailing a large number of people asking all of them to do some work for me.

Many thanks for this Ant, means a lot.

Many thanks,

Xylo

Perhaps you could even try ‘Many best’

Many thanks,

Xylo

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Oh please, don’t mention it. God bless x

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I usually do a thanks! Or thanks so much, avocado. My emails are very friendly and not curt at all, and though the tone borders on overfamiliarity I think it’s fine.

Thanks!
Avocado

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Many thanks,

Xylo

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met vriendelijke groeten.

even if the rest of the email is in English.

shows that I’m trying.

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Read this twice before realising it wasn’t a celebrity encounter

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This is a good thread, I hate signing things off and knowing what to use here.

Used “cheers” for ages as an informal one, but it’s just too British, need something more neutral.

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really nice guy, and VERY down to earth

(many thanks)

I only ever sign off “Thanks”. Not sure if that’s rude sometimes, see “Best” or “Regards” around but it could never be me

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Ta muchly!

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Anecdotally, I often hear it in reply after I wish someone a happy birthday.

I might test that theory out at some point today.

I sign off with Many thanks then a Kind regatds. If the person has annoyed me then they get a Thanks followed by Kind regards. If I’m really angry then they get a Thanks and Regards.

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Happy birthday!!!

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it’s amazing the difference between a

thank you

vs.

thanks you

one, what a gracious chap, the other what an utter FOOL. Nothing ruins my day like leaving that rogue S in place

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