Hello. Thank you for asking the question. I was just thinking the same thing. ;)
Calling Tech Support. Him: "Hi I'm John, Ill be helping you today." Me: "Hello, thank you".
Man: Hello -steals purse- thank you
Another line: Woman: Hello Man: (gives a random item) Woman: Thank you
I could do so many more.
Duolingo has similar formatting to Reddit. To display a line break in your post, put two spaces at the end of the line, or use a double line break to start a new paragraph..
But that sounds a bit strange. I mean, even the difference between hello and hi is a bit small so in my opinion it would make sense to accept both.
bedankt = thank you
dank je wel = thank you very much.
both are the informal way to say thank you.
Bedankt is like in formal or sarcastic situations. Examples: Your complaining about your food and the manager comes and helps you, then you'll say Bedankt, Dank u wel. Another one: Someone breaks your phone; You can say bedankt as sarcasm
Dankjewel is more for informal scenario's. I hope you understand
"Bedankt" means "thanks". There's no formal thing like "thank you" in Dutch? Just for know.
Thank you = Dank je (informal), Dank u (formal)
Thank you very much = Dank je wel (informal), Dank u wel (formal)
I'm confused, because I've been told that "bedankt" means 'thanks' but in a sarcastic way. You know like "Sam, stop it. Sam, thank you. Thank you Sam." sam continues and annoyes everybody Or in the phrase: "Je wordt bedankt". Is it true?
It is no more sarcastic than'thanks' in english. It depends on the situation and tone and person etc. I have a loy of dutch family and have never heard 'bedankt' used sarcastically.
It's like the difference between "thanks" and "thank you very much", although if you want to be polite use "dank u wel".