What was Guy Fawkes name?

What was Guy Fawkes name?

Guido Fawkes

What were the names of the gunpowder plotters?

People behind the Gunpowder plot

  • Thomas and Robert Winter.
  • Thomas Percy.
  • John and Christopher Wright.
  • Robert Catesby.
  • Francis Tresham.
  • Robert Keyes and John Grant.
  • Thomas Bates, Ambrose Rookwood and Sir Everard Digby.
  • Guy Fawkes.

Is Guy Fawkes the reason men are called guys?

The very word “guy” and the plural, somewhat gender-neutral word “guys” derives from Fawkes himself, says the Washington Post. The word has surprisingly black roots: It’s derived, etymologists believe, from the name Guy Fawkes, one of the leaders of the Gunpowder Plot that attempted to assassinate King James I in 1605.

Is it OK to say guys?

Just because your female friends or your kids are fine being addressed as “guys”, doesn’t mean your women colleagues will appreciate it. Similarly, if you know one or two colleagues well enough to be sure they’re fine with the phrase “guys,” it’s probably fine to use the phrase, Ms Annese says.

Is it polite to say guys?

Originally Answered: Is it polite to say, “you guys”? It is just a way of getting attention to everyone in the area. The fact that it is “guys” versus “gals” is the same as when you say “he” instead of “she” when including a group of people whose sex is unidentified.

Do British say guys?

‘Guys’ is now official British usage. A formal announcement might still address us as ‘Ladies and gentlemen..’, but informally, ‘guys’ seems to have taken a firm hold on these shores.

Can I say guys to a girl?

Yes. “Guys” is generally considered a gender neutral term in this context. Nobody will take offense if you say it towards a group of women. To be clear, in its plural form as a greeting it’s a pretty common gender-neutral word.

Is it rude to say thank you guys?

You do not say “Thanks you guys”, “Thanks you, guys” or “Thank guys!” Note the use of the comma. A very common mistake is “Thanks to God”. It’s beautiful Portuguese, but it’s bad English.

Does thank you all need a comma?

If you are telling someone “thank you” directly, you always need a comma after “thank you.” This is the most common way of using the phrase, so in most cases you will want that comma. You should also put a comma or a period after “thank you” if it’s the last part of a letter or email before your name or signature.

Can I say thank y all?

“(I) thank you all” is correct English, and a complete sentence. “Thank you all” is correct because the “I” is implied. The verb “to thank” is correctly conjugated as “thank” for the subject “I.” Correct as is! The word “you”, in English, can be singular or plural.

How do you say thank you to all?

Other Ways to Say “Thank You So Much” and “Thank You Very Much” in Writing

  1. 1 Thank you for all your hard work on this.
  2. 2 Thanks again, we couldn’t have pulled this off without you.
  3. 3 Thank you, you’re amazing!
  4. 4 I’m so thankful for everything you bring to the table.
  5. 5 Thank you kindly.
  6. 6 Thanks a million.
  7. 7 Many thanks.

Is it Thank you everyone or everybody?

In English, “everyone” and “everybody” are synonymous, and can be used interchangeably. Thanks for asking this question. The short answer is, there’s not much difference! Both of these words mean “every person,” and in dictionaries, the meaning of everyone is often given as everybody, and vice versa.

Is thanks to all of you correct?

“Thanks” is actually a noun, but it is used as an abbreviation for “thank you.” It is not completely interchangeable with “thank you,” though. “Thanks to all of you,” however, is correct. You can think of it in the back of your mind as short for “I’m sending my thanks to all of you.”

What can we use instead of thank you?

Here are seven alternatives to ‘thank you. ‘

  • “I appreciate you.”
  • “Let me know if you need anything else.”
  • “Couldn’t have done it without you.”
  • “You made this easy.”
  • “You’re so helpful.”
  • “What do you think?”
  • “I’m impressed!”

How do you say OK thanks?

  1. That sounds great, thank you!
  2. Great Plan, looking forward do it!
  3. Okay that sounds great to me, let me know if anything changes in the mean time.
  4. Perfect! Thank you for your work on this!
  5. Okay that sounds great! See you then!
  6. Okay, that works for me. Thanks again!
  7. Okay, thank you for letting me know.
  8. Okay, I agree.

What is correct thanks you or thank you?

Thanking you and Thank you are both correct. Thank you is more common and used to show gratitude for something done. Thanking you is used at the end of a letter/email and means that the gratitude is continuous or for future use.

Can I say thank you too?

You could also say “You, too” or “Thank you, too” or “Ditto” or anything equivalent. mkennedy and Hackworth are right, but one might also say “and thank you for the [blah blah blah]”.

How do you write thank you with name?

If you include someone’s name after “thank you,” you should insert a comma after “thank you” to separate the statement from the name of the person being addressed. If there is more to the sentence, use another comma after the name to separate it from the rest of the sentence.

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