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What is any difference between Thanks and Thank you? Are they both same in all aspects?

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  • Thanks is usually more colloquial, and thank you is usually more formal. However, that isn't to say that thanks can't be used in a formal environment and thank you in a colloquial enviroment. – OldBunny2800 Mar 1 '16 at 1:12
  • @OldBunny2800 Thanks for telling me the difference. – Aman Mar 1 '16 at 1:18
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Per @OldBunny:

Thanks is usually more colloquial, and thank you is usually more formal. However, that isn't to say that thanks can't be used in a formal environment and thank you in a colloquial enviroment.

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