|User Feedback:Thank you for the opportunity. I would like to say or suggest that if a person wants to learn basic phrases or words of any language and ask for a specific word, for example: THANK YOU in Italian is GRAZIE, in Spanish is GRACIAS, in Portuguese is OBRIGADO; my point is about not confusing the student. Later on the students can learn other ways of saying things but when they are just beginning makes it more confusing; as in this case.
I’ve heard my friend tell their parents “SukriyA” and I understood it meant “Thank you” in the present, there is not past tense for thank you, what does XanyavAxa mean? Does this mean that when using the word “Thank” in past tense you say “XanyavAxa”, example, I thanked my friend for helping me with my homework. By the way, this sentence is not correct in the internet (see link below). It should either be “I will thank him if he does all my homework” or if it is used with the word word “have” example “I will have thanked him by the time he finished my homework”