My gratitude to you for all you have done, which I will never forget. I truly appreciate you and your time you spent helping me in many occasions. Thank you very much for the course. I enjoyed every minute of your lecture as well as your marvelous sense of humor.
Use a proper greeting: Start the thank you note with ‘Dear‘ and not ‘Hi’ or ‘Hey. ‘ Express gratitude: Be sure to include a sentiment of thanks within the letter. Be specific: Customize the letter for the teacher by telling them what it is you and your child will most appreciate or remember.
|much appreciated||much obliged|
|thanks a bunch||thanks a lot|
When you go to the Staff room or you are introduced to fellow teachers, then you should say Good Morning or hello with a smile. Making a firm handshake is often taken as a sign of confidence. So, when you are meeting someone individually, then tell your name while shaking hands with them.
I extend gratitude to my parents for their love and support. My heart, too, was full of gratitude and solemn joy. She offered me gratitude for the help I gave her in Denmark. They expressed gratitude for what she meant to them.
At the end of your conversation, whether you get the result you were hoping for or not, you should express gratitude to your teacher for having taken the time to meet with you. A simple “thank you” goes a long way.
It depends on your relationship to them, but in no case would it be acceptable to say “Greetings, teachers” unless you are able to carry off being very sardonic. “Hello” is a good generic greeting, acceptable for almost any kind of relationship. “Good morning/afternoon” is a little more formal.