Thank you for having helped me.

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Thank you for having helped me.

 

I usually say "Thank you for helping me" but all of a sudden, I am curious to know why we do not say, "Thank you for having helped me." although the act of "helping me" happened in the past. So have you ever used something like "thank you for having helped..." structure before and is there any difference in meaning and usage?

 

Thank you for your help as usual in advance. 

asked Oct 13 '12 at 04:53 Hans Contributor

Mr. HsKyH7, You have asked the same question on several forums. Please go through the corresponding website.

sanjayOct 13 '12 at 12:50

Mr. HsKyH7, You have asked the same question on several forums. Please go through the corresponding website.

sanjayOct 13 '12 at 12:48

It is not allowed? I just wanted to hear from more native English speakers, but if it causes any trouble and makes people here annoyed or something, I will not ask the same questions from now on.

HansOct 13 '12 at 12:55

I am sorry I didn't mean to hurt you. I saw your question on the other website. Getting opinions from more native speakers leads to confusion. Don't get confused.

sanjayOct 13 '12 at 18:10

Thank you and I got your point. Have a good day.

HansOct 13 '12 at 23:56

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