Student or Learner
1. I would appreciate it if you could arrange the appointment for April 12.
2. It would be appreciated if you could arrange the appointment for April 12.
Is number 2 wrong?
If no, is it more formal than number 1?
I think no.2 is wrong. I check the dictionary. There is no such pattern.
It is not wrong. It's impersonal.
I would appreciate a quick response.
A quick response would be appreciated.
It would be appreciated (apparently by me, but I'm too distant to tell you this) if a quick response were given (apparently by you, but I won't say that either).