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    I want to thank you...

    How do I translate? Io voglio grazie?

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    Re: I want to thank you... ?

    Voglio ringraziarti or Ti voglio ringraziare.
    You don't talk so loud, and you don't walk so proud...

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    Re: I want to thank you... ?

    Grazie!

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    Re: I want to thank you... ?

    To someone you know well, acg0826, or is this to be used in a formal or business setting?
    That's an L (Lsp)

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    Re: I want to thank you... ?

    I want to thank someone on another message board for a link that they posted. I'm trying to learn Italian (since I'm half Italian! ) and just wanted to practice a little.

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    Re: I want to thank you... ?

    What lsp is getting to is "ti" for informal and "la" is formal

    There are many topics on formality.

    -M
    It was then that I knew that the question mark was the answer to all my questions.

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    Re: I want to thank you... ?

    Quote Originally Posted by acg0826 View Post
    I want to thank someone on another message board for a link that they posted. I'm trying to learn Italian (since I'm half Italian! ) and just wanted to practice a little.
    Moogey is right. I was concerned that you might have been thanking someone for interviewing you for a position, for example. In that case, you'd have the wrong answer. I'm sorry, I should have explained my purpose in asking.
    That's an L (Lsp)

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