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Hello to all! “Thank you very much” in German is expressed in a number of combinations.

Although, of course, they can be literally translated in different ways, for example: “thank you from the bottom of my heart” - but it doesn’t change the essence.

If you are very grateful to a person, you can use one of the following phrases:

Danke schön - the most common and most pleasant for the ear, because it literally translates as "beautiful (or sweet) thanks"

  • Vielen Dank - thanks a lot
  • Danke vielmals - thanks many times
  • Danke sehr - literally: thank you very much
  • Tausend Dank - Thousand Thanks
  • Herzlichen Dank - heartily grateful
  • Lieben Dank - meaning very close to the previous phrase
  • Besten Dank - Best Thanks

Thanks in German

Thank you - a necessary and necessary word in everyday communication. And thanks in German - a very easy to remember word - Danke. Today I will tell you how to express my gratitude, how to answer someone's “thank you” and give examples with this necessary word.

"Thank you very much" in German is expressed by a number of combinations. Although, of course, they can be literally translated in different ways, for example: “I thank you from the bottom of my heart” - but this does not change the essence.

If you are very grateful to a person, you can use one of the following phrases:

Danke schön is the most common and most pleasing to the ear, because it literally translates as “beautiful (or sweet) thanks”

Vielen Dank - thanks a lot

Danke vielmals - thanks many times

Danke sehr - literally: thank you very much

Tausend Dank - Thousand Thanks

Herzlichen Dank - heartily grateful

Lieben Dank - meaning very close to the previous phrase

Besten Dank - Best Thanks

In words ending - e - danke is a verb without ending Dank - is a noun and is used with a capital letter!

With the word danke and Dank the preposition für is used and translated ‘thanks for ...’

Vielen Dank für das Geschenk! Das freut mich wirklich sehr. - Thanks for the gift! I am very happy.

Ich möchte dir für die Blumen danken . - Thank you for the flowers.

Thanks for the gift can be expressed as:

Oh danke! Das war aber nicht nötig gewesen! - Oh thanks! Should not have…

Danke, so etwas habe ich noch nie gesehen! - Thank you, I have not seen such a thing.

Das kann ich sehr gut gebrauchen. Tausend Dank! - It can be very useful to me, thank you so much!

Danke schön für Ihre Geschenke. Sie haben uns wir wirklich mit Geschenken überschüttet. - Thank you very much for the gifts. You really filled us with presents.

Sometimes the word “thank you” in German is replaced by the combination “es ist nett von dir / Ihnen”-“ nice of you / yours ”

Das ist sehr nett von dir, dass du mich besucht hast. “It's very nice of you to visit me.”

Es ist nett, dass du mich vom Flughafen abgeholt hast. “It's very nice that you met me at the airport.”

Das ist so nett von dir, vielen herzlichen Dank. “So nice of you, thank you very much.”

By the way: a note about greeting and farewell in German may be very useful for YOU.

But you can still be grateful in advance, how can I say this in German?

Ich danke dir im Voraus. - Thanks in advance.

Vielen Dank im Voraus für Ihre Bemühungen.- Thank you in advance for your efforts.

What to say in response to thanks in German?

Bitte. - You are welcome.

Bitte schön. - Beautiful (sweet) please. This is an answer to a beautiful thank you - danke schön

Gern geschehen. - With pleasure.

Nichts zu danken. - Do not mention it.

Keine Ursache. - No reason (give thanks). = Not worth the gratitude.

Kein Problem. - No problem. = Not worth the gratitude.

Das ist doch selbstverständlich. - It goes without saying.

Thanks in German: Useful Dialogs

- Alles Gute zum Geburtstag! - Happy Birthday!

Danke! Und vielen lieben Dank für die wunderschönen Blumen! - Thank. And many thanks for the stunning flowers!

Nichts zu danken. - Do not mention it.

- Könnten Sie mir vielleicht kurz helfen, bitte? “Could you please help me a little?”

- Na klar. - Well, of course.

- Danke schön! - Thank you so much.

- Das ist doch selbstverständlich! “Well, you, it goes without saying.”

- Guten Appetit! - Bon Appetit!

Danke gleichfalls. - Thank you, and the same to you.

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