Is it Thank you for your effort or efforts?
Both could work, depending on what you have in mind. If there was one occasion where a great effort was put forth, then “Thank you for your great effort” would fit.
Which is correct effort or efforts?
The answer seems to be: effort is singular, efforts is plural.
How do you say thank you for your efforts?
Work-related thank you
- I wanted to thank you for helping me today.
- Thank you so much for your assistance.
- I sincerely appreciate your help with the project today.
- Thank you for being a valuable member of our team.
- Thanks for helping me accomplish my goal.
- I wanted to express my gratitude for your training today.
What does thank you for your efforts mean?
it means thank you for trying. effort means their attempt to help or do something for you.
How to say thank you for taking the time and effort?
ORIGINAL: Thank you for dedicating your time and energy into this. I agree completely with the earlier answer – I think that sounds too flowery. Thank you for taking the time to write this letter. I know you are busy, so I really appreciate your time and effort.
When to use’thanks for your effort’and’help / support’?
“Effort” being used cause their help or support was not completed to satisfactory level and didn’t help the cause at all (ie the old college try) and “help/support” being used when their effort had been completed to satisfactory level thus being helpful to the cause. I could be wrong… But thats my effort in hopes of being helpful to your cause.
Do you take the effort in writing a letter?
We don’t “take the effort in” writing a letter, we “put effort into” writing a letter. I suggest removing the word taking: REVISED: Thank you for your time and effort in writing this letter. ORIGINAL: Thank you for dedicating your time and energy into this. I agree completely with the earlier answer – I think that sounds too flowery.
What’s the difference between ” effort ” and ” help “?
You say “effort” to someone who is working for you, like your subordinate, staff or student, not to someone who is mentoring your PhD thesis. To me, “effort” and “help” in this context seem the same. Anyhow, thank you in advance!!