Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Thanks"

The meaning of "Thanks" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Thanks for your patience. As requested we were able to cancel your order before it shipped. While your card was not charged, your financial institution may hold the authorization for a time determined by their policy. mean?
A: 貴方の注文はキャンセルされましたが、口座から引き落としされています。何日か後に、それは戻ってきます。
Q: What does Thanks for letting me raid your movies mean?
A: this is not a typical english sentence. he probably let him borrow a bunch of his movies and using the word raid implies that he left a mess perhaps.
Q: What does Thanks you xxx,miss you xx mean?
A: "x" stands for "kisses", and "o" for "hugs". It's slang; so, if you read someone's sign at the end of an email or message with, for example, "thank you xxx" or "thank you xoxo" they're saying "kisses and hugs"
Q: What does Thanks ever so much for coming. mean?
A: "ever" is to emphasize the gratitude.
Q: What does "Thanks a bunch" mean?
A: If your textbook says it means the opposite that is also possible.

"Thanks a lot!" and "Thanks a bunch!" might also be sarcasm. You would know from the context and tone of voice.

Example sentences using "Thanks"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I've found it hard to...

Also does it sound natural if you say that with He, She, We, They?

"Thanks in advance for answer me".
A: I’ve found it hard to pronounce the R in Spanish.

He found it hard to stay still during class.

We found it hard to work together.

They found it hard to get along.

Basically just means “it was difficult to”
Q: Please show me example sentences with 1. You'll end up going to where you want to work.

2. You'll end up going where you want to be.

Which is natural? Thanks..
A: If you are talking about work, then 1 is correct, yes! 2 is correct as well but 1 is better.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Thanks a lot for.
A: Thanks a lot for your help.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Thanks to ~.
A: Thanks to your help, I got my work done!
Thanks to the rain, the path was too muddy.
Thanks to a sore neck, my day way ruined.
Thanks to Hello Native, I learned Korean.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Thanks.
A: 'Thanks for helping me' 'thanks for the drink' 'thanks so much' 'thanks for (noun)' 'thanks for (verb in past conjugation)'

Synonyms of "Thanks" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Thanks you [a] and Thank you [e] and difference in pronunciation ?
A: /æ/ is British, /ea/ is American.
Q: What is the difference between Thanks and Thank You ?
A: Significan lo mismo, la diferencia es que "Thanks" se usa para situaciones más informales y "Thank You" para situaciones más formales
Q: What is the difference between Thanks and Thank you ?
A: Thank you can be more polite however
Q: What is the difference between Thanks and Thank you ?
A: Both work perfectly fine and are correct. However "thanks" is a lil bit less personal than "thank you", because thank you is directed strictly towards the person or people you are thanking.

Both are polite and quite frankly, have no practical difference.
Q: What is the difference between Thanks to (something) and Because of (something) ?
A: Because of just expresses cause-and-effect.

Thanks to conveys gratitude or the opposite of gratitude (it's often used in a sarcastic sense.)

Because Joe was talking, the teacher held us for detention.
(This just neutrally says what happened)
Thanks to Joe for talking, the teacher held us for detention.
(We are annoyed and blaming Joe for this.)

Because of the wet weather, we are having fewer wild fires.
(Wet weather = fewer fires)
Thanks to the wet weather, we are having fewer wild fires.
(We are grateful for the wet weather leading to fewer fires.)

Translations of "Thanks"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Thanks for helping me plan this
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 다행이다. Thanks god 이외에 다른표현
A: I think the most common is "I'm glad" but "That's a relief", "I'm relieved" are also very common
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Thanks for your invitation. However, I already have an appointment with my friends on Sep. 21.
A: in September 21
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Thanks for correct.
A: aahh
you can say
"thanks for the correction"
or
"thanks for correcting me"

either would be fine
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Thanks for tea. My stomach retrieved piece after I had some stomachache from sugary starbucks coffee.
A: Thanks for the tea. It gave my stomach relief after drinking sugary starbucks coffee.

Or thanks for the tea. It helped the stomachache I got from a sugary starbucks coffee

Other questions about "Thanks"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce What, What's and Thanks and Thank you!.
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Q: Thanks for your post, I have could understand "war driving/flying”. I had misunderstood that it was only a game based on malice. Does this sound natural?
A: “Thanks for your post, I was able to understand ‘war driving/flying’. I misunderstood; it was only a game based on violence.”
I think that sounds more natural; hope that helped :)
Q: Thanks for joining XXX's tour. It's about the end of the tour. Our company hope tourists can leave on tour guide's performance. Please help to review a positive review. later I will give you a QR code for you to scan. then you click "review" and log in with either your Facebook or gmail account. Does this sound natural?
A: Here’s what I would fix...

1) Thanks for joining the XXX’s tour. It is now nearing the end of the tour.

2) Our company hopes tourists can leave with a positive experience with the tour guides Performance.

3) Please leave a positive review. Later, I will give you a QR code to scan and you will then click “review and log in with either Facebook or Gmail.

I hope this helps!

Q: 1. Thanks for your offering.
2. Thanks for your offer. Does this sound natural?
A: If you a king or god, 1 is natural. However, if you’re a mere mortal like everybody else, use 2.
Q:Thanks to my mom I was be able to get over myself and passed on the test. Does this sound natural?
A: @fer1908, like because you doubted yourself? In that case I would probably put it like this:

Thanks to my Mom I was able to get over/overcome my self-doubt and pass the test.

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