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

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thank you for your response

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

This phrase is used to express gratitude for someone's reply or answer to a question or message.

Examples:

  • Thank you for your response to my email.
  • I appreciate your quick response.
  • Thanks for your response to the survey.

thank you for your respond

This phrase is incorrect. 'Respond' is a verb, and the correct noun form to use in this context is 'response.'


Alternatives:

  • thank you for your response
The correct phrase is 'thank you for your response.' 'Response' is the correct noun form to use in this context when expressing gratitude for someone's reply or answer.

Last updated: March 20, 2024

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