Is it thank or thanks God?

Is it thank or thanks God?

It is important to notice that when you say “Thank God”, it is an imperative sentence and therefore “Thank God” is correct. “Thanks God” should only be used when you are talking directly to God as in “Thanks God for keeping my family safe”.

Is it OK to say thanks God?

If you say ‘Thanks God’, it sounds funny because it sounds like you’re talking to God directly. Thanks God! You’re welcome. So if you’re very pleased about something, make sure you say thank without the s.

What thank God means?

Definition of thank God/goodness/heaven(s)/the Lord —used to express happiness or relief that something did or did not happen Thank God you got here when you did.

What can I say instead of thank God?

What is another word for thank God?

fortunately happily
by good fortune thank goodness
thank heavens as luck would have it
by happy chance in good time
thank the stars by a happy chance

Is thank God informal?

Thanks, God! as an informal way of saying ‘thank you’ to God, as though you were speaking with him/her in person.

Can we say oh God?

“Oh my God!” The expression, once considered taboo in polite conversation, has become as commonplace as “that’s cool” or “see you later” in American parlance.

Is Thankgod a name?

According to a user from Nigeria, the name Thankgod means “Appreciation to God”. According to a user from Nigeria, the name Thankgod is of English origin and means “to appreciate could be the big God or another god(idol)”. According to a user from Nigeria, the name Thankgod means “Being grateful to God”.

What can I use instead of God?


  • Almighty,
  • Author,
  • Creator,
  • deity,
  • Divinity,
  • Eternal,
  • Everlasting,
  • What is a sentence for thank God?

    something you say when you are happy because something bad did not happen: Thank God nobody was hurt in the accident. Oh, there’s my wallet. Thank God.

    What the difference between thanks and thank?

    What is the difference between Thank You and Thanks? Thanks is a plural noun and hence it cannot be used with a direct object. Thanks is often followed by the expression a lot in sentences. On the other hand, the expression thank you is often followed by ‘very much’ only and not by ‘a lot’.