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  1. Hi5
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    Question Helping Verbs

    Please advise which following sentences are correct.

    a) I will like to have some ice-cream now.
    b) I would like to have some ice-cream now.

    Or both sentences are acceptable.

    Appreciate your help. I would like to thank you in advance.

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    Re: Helping Verbs

    Im not positive but I think b is correct.

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    Re: Helping Verbs

    a) I will like to have some ice-cream now.
    b) I would like to have some ice-cream now.

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    Re: Helping Verbs

    Please advise which following sentences are correct. ???

    a) which sentence is correct.
    b) which of the following sentences is correct.

    I think that this helps too.

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    Re: Helping Verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Melisa85 View Post
    Please advise which following sentences are correct. ???

    a) which sentence is correct.
    b) which of the following sentences is correct.

    I think that this helps too.
    Both are fine.

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    Re: Helping Verbs

    Please advise which following sentences are correct.

    This is not OK, that's why I suggested something else

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    Re: Helping Verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Melisa85 View Post
    Please advise which following sentences are correct.

    This is not OK, that's why I suggested something else
    Yes of course you are right, I misunderstood, sorry.


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    Re: Helping Verbs

    at what situations we ask questions starting with do and did?


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    Re: Helping Verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Hi5 View Post
    Please advise which following sentences are correct.

    a) I will like to have some ice-cream now.
    b) I would like to have some ice-cream now.

    Or both sentences are acceptable.

    Appreciate your help. I would like to thank you in advance.
    b) is correct. I would like to have some ice-cream now.
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