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    I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    Hello everybody.
    If I want to say someone:I become glad to earn you some English. Is it correct or not how do I say it?

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    Your sentence is ungrammatical and doesn't make sense. Can you describe what you're trying to say in another way? Did you mean "I'm/I'd be glad to teach you some English" instead?

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    The OP could mean 'I am glad to learn some English from you'.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Your sentence is ungrammatical and doesn't make sense. Can you describe what you're trying to say in another way? Did you mean "I'm/I'd be glad to teach you some English" instead?
    Thank you I wanted to say: I have be glad to teach you some English.

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    It should be 'would be glad' rather than 'have be glad'.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Your sentence is ungrammatical and doesn't make sense. Can you describe what you're trying to say in another way? Did you mean "I'm/I'd be glad to teach you some English" instead?
    What is difference between "I'm glade..." and "I have be glad..."?

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    'Have be glad' is wrong.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    I'm (I am) glad states a present fact.
    I'd be (I would be) talks about a future prospect.
    I have be is incorrect.
    Also, note the correct spelling of "glad."

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    I'm (I am) glad states a present fact.
    I'd be (I would be) talks about a future prospect.
    I have be is incorrect.
    Also, note the correct spelling of "glad."
    Can we say: "I'd be happy...."?

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    Re: I becomd glad to learn you some Englih.

    Yes, we can.

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