“Thank you” in Turkish

In Turkish, “Thank you” is written as:

Teşekkürler
 
(Editor’s note: In Turkish, another common term that means Thank you or Thanks is Teşekkür ederim. In a subtle, and not a universal degree, Teşekkürler is commonly used in a more formal setting, whereas, Teşekkür ederim is used in a more informal setting. With that said though, both terms are widely used regardless of the setting.)
 

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Examples in sentences or statements

 
“Thank you for the ice cream.”

Dondurma için teşekkürler.

 
“Thank you for the coffee.”

Kahve için teşekkürler.

 
“Thank you for driving me to the airport.”

Beni havaalanına götürdüğün için teşekkürler.

 
“Thank you for the chat.”

Sohbet için teşekkürler.

 
“Thank you for bringing the item.”

Ürünü getirdiğin için teşekkürler.
 

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Thank you” (Thanks) in Lebanese Arabic

“Thank you” (Thanks) in Tunisian Arabic
 

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