Which is correct:
"thank you for your respond" or "thank you for your answer"?

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thank you for your respond

This phrase is correct and commonly used when thanking someone for replying to a message or a request.

This phrase is used to express gratitude for someone's response to a message or a request.

Examples:

  • Thank you for your prompt respond to my email.
  • I appreciate your quick respond to my inquiry.

Alternatives:

  • Thank you for your response
  • Thank you for getting back to me

thank you for your answer

This phrase is correct and commonly used when expressing gratitude for a specific answer to a question.

This phrase is used to thank someone for providing a specific answer to a question or a problem.

Examples:

  • Thank you for your detailed answer to my question.
  • I appreciate your clear answer to the problem.

Alternatives:

  • Thank you for your response
  • Thank you for providing an answer
Both phrases are correct, but they are used in different contexts. 'Thank you for your response' is used when thanking someone for replying to a message or a request. On the other hand, 'Thank you for your answer' is used when expressing gratitude for a specific answer to a question.

Last updated: March 20, 2024

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