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I'm new here, I'm learning English so sometimes I could do errors and I'm sorry about this.
Today I was writing to a friend and I had a doubt:
I told him that I would have done a thing but then came the problem.
Should I write "I'll do that, EVEN if you want? | I'll do that, ever if you want?"
Thank you very much
Last edited by Bertaz; 02-Sep-2013 at 18:05. Reason: Capitalization
No, I'd say in this moment, right now, for example to you, that i would do something but just if you want.
I've asked which phrase between "Ever if you want" or "Even if you want" is a synonym of "Just if you want".
Infact, I'm not sure if those two phrases mean something.
I don't find any of your suggestions natural.
I would have done that if you had wanted me to. (Past - you didn't do it.)
I would do that if you ever wanted me to. (Future for the whole thing.)
I will do that if you want me to. (Future "will do" and present "if you want me to".)
I don't know why you want to incorporate "even" into the sentence at all. That would only be appropriate in the negative: "I would not do that even if you wanted me to".
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
The last phrase:"I will do that if you want me to" is what I was looking for.
Thank you very much, and again, sorry for my wrong post.