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    Smile "would you be willing to ..." vs "would you be will to ..."

    Which is the correct form: "would you be willing to operate" or "would you be will to operate"?
    Thanks for answering
    englishuser111
    Can anybody help me?

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    Re: "would you be willing to ..." vs "would you be will to ..."

    Quote Originally Posted by englishuser111 View Post
    Which is the correct form: "would you be willing to operate" or "would you be will to operate"?
    Thanks for answering
    englishuser111
    Can anybody help me?
    "Would you be willing to operate?" Alternatively and more direct, "Will you operate?"

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