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    Highly Appreciate Vs. Highly Aprreciated

    Dear Teacher: I wrote a note last week, saying:

    I highly appreciate to send timely comunication to Mr. Mark Perens, etc....

    Question: Highly appreciate, is it right?

    I was reading in this website Adverb Highly, then I have a doub

    Thank for your answer,

    Nelly


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    Re: Highly Appreciate Vs. Highly Aprreciated

    Quote Originally Posted by nellymar View Post
    Dear Teacher: I wrote a note last week, saying:

    I highly appreciate to send timely comunication to Mr. Mark Perens, etc....

    Question: Highly appreciate, is it right?

    I was reading in this website Adverb Highly, then I have a doub

    Thank for your answer,

    Nelly
    I highly appreciate = present

    I highly appreciated = past



    "Highly appreciate" is very formal and slightly old-fashioned, but quite acceptable.

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    Re: Highly Appreciate Vs. Highly Aprreciated

    I highly appreciate to send timely comunication to Mr. Mark Perens, etc....

    The underlined phrase should be 'sending'.
    You could also say 'appreciate very much'.

    not a teacher

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