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Jeremy David Engels (Penn State) and Elaine Hsieh (University of Oklahoma) wrote how people of different languages and cultures express their gratitude. Quote “As communication scholars who study intercultural communication, we have studied how the many languages around the world have their own unique words and expressions for saying “thank you.” In turn, these expressions reveal very different assumptions about how human beings relate to one another and about the world we collectively inhabit.”

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