Which is correct:
"I will be grateful" or "I will be very grateful"?

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I will be grateful

This phrase is correct and commonly used to express gratitude.

This phrase is used to express thanks or appreciation for something that has been done or will be done.

Examples:

  • I will be grateful for your help with this project.
  • If you could assist me, I will be grateful.
  • I will be grateful if you could provide me with more information.

Alternatives:

  • I am grateful
  • I would be grateful
  • I will appreciate it
  • Thank you in advance
  • Your help is much appreciated

I will be very grateful

This phrase is correct and adds emphasis to the gratitude being expressed.

This phrase is used to express a higher level of appreciation or thanks for something that has been done or will be done.

Examples:

  • I will be very grateful if you could help me with this task.
  • If you could assist me, I will be very grateful.
  • I will be very grateful for any information you can provide.

Alternatives:

  • I will be extremely grateful
  • I will be deeply grateful
  • I will be immensely grateful
  • I will be eternally grateful
  • I will be forever grateful
Both phrases are correct, but they convey slightly different levels of gratitude. "I will be grateful" is a general expression of thanks, while "I will be very grateful" emphasizes a higher level of appreciation.

Last updated: March 24, 2024

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