字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント want to speak really English from your first lesson. Sign up for your free lifetime account at English Class 101 dot com. Hi, everybody. Welcome back to top words. My name is Alicia, and today we're going to talk about 10 words to express appreciation. So let's go. Thanks. The first word is Thanks. Thanks. Thanks. Is a very casual, very common way to express your appreciation for someone it's so easy to use. Thanks. Thanks. So unusually for something small someone else has done for you or has given to you. Just say thanks. So incentives. Yeah. Uh, thanks. That really helped. Thank you. The next expression is Thank you. Thank you. So thank you is like a step above Thanks. So thanks is the most casual one, I think. And then thank you is like the next step up. Thank you. Thank you. So you can again use this in casual situations and in more polite situations. If you're ever unsure. If you ever don't know, you can just use thank you as your default is your basic grieving. Thank you. In a sentence. Thank you for the book. Thanks a lot. The next expression is Thanks a lot. Thanks a lot. So, with this expression, please make sure to use Thanks a lot. We don't say thank you a lot. We say thanks a lot, eh? So please be careful with that. Thanks a lot. So this is a little bit casual. We use thanks here, but to express a little bit more. A little bit of Ah, stronger appreciation. You can say thanks. Ah, lot. Thanks a lot in a sentence. Thanks a lot. For all your help this week, I really appreciate it. The next expression is I really appreciate it. I really appreciate it. So this expression is a little bit more formal. I really appreciate it. So we're using the word Appreciate Which means, Like, to show you to express your appreciation, to express a thankful feeling, a great full feeling. So to say, I really appreciate it expresses a strong feeling. S O. I really appreciate it is for a slightly more formal, a slightly more polite situation in a sentence. Thank you for the support. I really appreciate it. Okay. You're a lifesaver. The next expression is you're a lifesaver. You're a life saver. So Ah, lifesaver is, uh this word actually refers to a piece of equipment used to save people who were drowning. So there's there's, like a circle and inflatable, or like a floating circle that people can catch if they're like drowning or having trouble swimming in the ocean. And a lifeguard can throw them of life saver something. It's a round thing that floats so the person can hold on to it or put it around their body. But that's called a lifesaver. In this expression, you're a life saver. Means in other words, you saved my life similar to the way that a lifesaver would save like a person drowning. So you're a life saver Means you really helped me a lot. You saved me from something terrible. You did something really great for me. You're a life saver. So in a sentence, you found my keys. You're a lifesaver. I'm so grateful. The next expression is I'm so grateful. I'm so grateful. So this is one that you can use for more serious situation. So maybe you receive a nice gift. Or maybe you get ah, special honor. Or maybe you receive some kind of recognition in a more formal situation. You can say I'm so grateful. I'm so grateful in a sentence. Your recommendation got me into college. I'm so grateful. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. This is when you might use to finish. Ah, formal letter. You could use this, perhaps to finish a formal speech. I supposed to, um or to end a more formal discussion, I suppose. But your kindness is greatly appreciated. Kind of implies that you want to receive something from the other person or they have given you something. So maybe if you receive a donation of money, for example, or if you receive a lot of like volunteer support, you could say your kindness is greatly appreciated. So it's, ah, formal and sincere expression in a sentence. Thank you for the donation. Your kindness is greatly appreciated, You rock. The next expression is you rock, you rock. So this is a very casual expression. It means like you rock this rock means like you are awesome. You're great. You're cool. I think you're awesome. Amazing, Fantastic. So it's a very casual expression. It doesn't directly mean thank you, but rather you are awesome. I think you are great. So it's a compliment. We can use this expression as a compliment when someone helps you or someone does something for you. That's great. You really are happy about that. And you appreciate that. You can say you rock or you can substitute with any of the other words I just said You're great so we can use you rock or you're amazing or you're awesome. Those those air Pretty good casual expressions. Just tell somebody you think they're great and to give them a compliment. That means thank you. So, in a sentence you already finished the paperwork, you rock. Thank you so much. The next expression is Thank you so much. Thank you so much. So this sounds like a very positive yet casual and strong way to express your appreciation. To emphasize it even more. You can draw out that So sound. Thank you so much If it's too much of ah oven extension. No, it will sound insincere if you say thank you so much. It doesn't sound so sincere. So kind of Think about how long you want to make that sound. Thank you so much is pretty good. So you can express casual, strong appreciation with this phrase. Thank you so much in a sentence. All right, this birthday cake is amazing. Thank you so much. Cheers. The next expression is Cheers. Cheers. So I included cheers on this list because it's a word that you might hear in British and perhaps Australian English. It's a word that means sort of like thank you in advance for something. We don't use this word very much in American English in US English in us English, we typically use cheers when we're enjoying drinks with somebody. We touch glasses together and say cheers when we're drinking, But in other types of English, you might hear cheers used to mean thank you in advance for something. So if we agree to maybe do a project together, we agreed to make, I don't know, to plan a birthday party together and you say Okay, well, I'll book the restaurant, and I said, Okay, I'll send invitations to everybody. Cheers. It means thank you in advance for what you are going to do for me, Thank you in advance. So cheers is a nice, casual way to say thank you in advance for something in a sentence. Cheers. See you at the event tomorrow. So those are 10 words to express your appreciation. 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