Thank you for your reminder.

quietdandelion

Banned
Formosa/Chinese
Thank you for your reminder.
Thank you for your reminding me of that.



If I want to thank someone for reminding or informing me something, which of the above is more colloquial? If neither, how would you word it? Thanks.
 
  • OldMike

    Senior Member
    USA, English
    Either "Thank you for your reminder" or "Thank you for reminding me of that" is OK. The latter is more colloquial.
     

    omidnice

    Senior Member
    Turkish - Azerbaijani
    Hi everybody!

    Is it correct to say 'Thank you for your reminding'?

    Thank you in advance.:)
     

    Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    No, I wouldn't say that.

    I agree with post #2. I would say either "Thank you for your reminder" or "Thank you for reminding me [of that]".

    :)
     
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