Which is correct:
"it is very appreciated" or "It will be very appreciated "?

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it is very appreciated

This phrase is correct and commonly used to express gratitude in the present moment.

This phrase is used to show gratitude or acknowledgment for something that has been done or said.

Examples:

  • Your help is very appreciated.
  • Your kindness is very appreciated.
  • The support we received is very appreciated.

Alternatives:

  • it is greatly appreciated
  • it is highly appreciated
  • it is much appreciated
  • it is deeply appreciated
  • it is sincerely appreciated

It will be very appreciated

This phrase is correct and is used to indicate that something will be valued or acknowledged in the future.

This phrase is used to express that something is expected to be appreciated or valued at a later time.

Examples:

  • Your efforts will be very appreciated.
  • The gesture will be very appreciated.
  • The support will be very appreciated.

Alternatives:

  • it will be greatly appreciated
  • it will be highly appreciated
  • it will be much appreciated
  • it will be deeply appreciated
  • it will be sincerely appreciated
Both phrases are correct, but they are used in different contexts. 'It is very appreciated' is used to express gratitude in the present moment, while 'It will be very appreciated' is used to indicate that something will be valued or acknowledged in the future.

Last updated: March 23, 2024

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