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I am writing an acknowledgement in my dissertation.

I want to tell the following things.

I thank Dr. AAA for his support and facilitation in conducting a field survey. Thank is extended for YYY for the cooperation that she gave on the field measurements.

There are other friends who assisted on my work. Especially Saman Indrajith who did the proof reading this thesis.

As I am a non-native English speaker, I doubt whether I am using the correct prepositions. So, I look forward to suggestions to understand the correct preposition(s) in this type of special text.

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I would like to thank Dr. AAA for his support and facilitation in conducting a field survey. Thanks are also extended to YYY for her cooperation on the field measurements.

One preposition should be changed. When we "extend thanks," we extend thanks to a person.

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