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Not saying “Thank you” does not mean we are not grateful…

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It just means we consider you as a close person.

It just means we consider you as a close person.

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2 comments on “Not saying “Thank you” does not mean we are not grateful…

  1. Jay HUGHES
    Tháng Mười Hai 10, 2014

    My English students usually say ‘Thank You’ whereas during daily life it is far less common and can (mildly) upset Foreigners.

    I also notice the way children address their seniors (including parents) differs markedly with the age of the child.

    • alittlenomad
      Tháng Mười Hai 10, 2014

      Yeap, that’s right! I am Vietnamese and get used to the fact that we do not usually say Thank you and take it for granted. However, I have been learning to say it because I realize that Thank you is just a magic phrase 😀

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