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    #1

    Is this correct?

    "If you are interested in, I would like share with you."

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    #2

    Re: Is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZOEYW View Post
    "If you are interested in, I would like share with you."
    No, it's not.

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    Re: Is this correct?

    Zoeyw, please give your threads more relevant titles. Hundreds of threads could be called "Is this correct?" and it doesn't help us to identify individual threads. A good title for this one would have been "If you are interested in". The title should include some or all of the words you are querying.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #4

    Re: Is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZOEYW View Post
    "If you are interested in, I would like share with you."
    Hello, ZOEYW.

    1. If you are interested in [#1], I would like [#2] share [#3] with you.
    2. If you are interested, I would like [#4] share [#5] with you.
    3. If you are interested, I would like [#6] share with you [#7].

    These are the possibilities I can think of.
    You'll need a word/phrase in those brackets. (You'll need a long phrase in [#7])

    Good luck!

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