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If I want to thank someone because mntioned a good subject, which one would be the best and why?

  1. Thanks for pointig great note.
  2. Thanks for noting great point.

Or are these basically the same?

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I would say, "thanks for making a great point." Neither option you mention seems appropriate.

You also need the indefinite article before great: "Thanks for making great point" would only be said by a non-native speaker.

"Pointing a note" does not make much sense. "Noting a point" is understandable, but I would recommend saying, "making a point."

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