Which is correct:
"thanks to the both of you" or "Thanks to both of you"?

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thanks to the both of you

This phrase is correct but less commonly used in English.

This phrase is less common and may sound awkward to native English speakers. It is better to use "thanks to both of you" instead.

Alternatives:

  • thanks to both of you

Thanks to both of you

This phrase is the more commonly used and accepted form in English.

This phrase is the standard and more natural way to express gratitude to two people. It is widely accepted and understood.

Alternatives:

  • thanks to the both of you
Both phrases are correct, but "thanks to both of you" is the more commonly used and accepted form in English. The addition of "the" before "both of you" is unnecessary and can sound awkward.

Last updated: March 20, 2024

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