@Toka_L630 when someone offered help, we usually say “唔該 / 唔該哂”, when someone offered you something that you didn’t ask for, e.g. a Christmas gift, then we may say “多謝” But do note that sometimes adding 哂 can have opposite meaning depending the way we say it, for example if someone give you useless info and not really want to help out, you may say “多謝哂你喎 / 唔該哂你喎” or simply “真係多謝哂/唔該哂” as a response to his “help” 😂
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