Which one is correct?
"It would be very appreciated" or "It be very much appreciated"?

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It would be very appreciated

This is not correct. Don't use this phrase.

You need to use the word "much" between "very" and "appreciated."

ExpertExplanation provided by a TextRanch English expert


Some alternatives from our editors:

  • it would be very much appreciated

It be very much appreciated

This phrase is not correct in English. It lacks the appropriate modal verb to express a polite request or suggestion.

The correct phrase should be "it would be very much appreciated." This structure is commonly used to politely ask for something or express gratitude.

Alternatives:

  • it would be very much appreciated
  • it is very much appreciated
  • it will be very much appreciated
  • it could be very much appreciated
  • it might be very much appreciated
The correct phrase is "it would be very much appreciated." The use of "would" in this context indicates a polite request or suggestion, making the phrase more appropriate and commonly used in English.

Last Updated: March 15, 2024

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