wHICH IS THE CORRECT ONE?

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1. I would inform you.

2. I would like to inform you.

1 asked May 10 '12 at 17:44 MUHAMMAD ALI New member

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NEITHER.  THEY AREN'T COMPLETE SENTENCES.

 

I don't like being yelled at for no reason.  How about you?

link comment answered May 10 '12 at 17:52 Jody M. Expert
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Another thing worth mentioning:

 

Centuries ago, "would" could be an action verb meaning "to wish; to hope":

 

I would that she call me her own.

 

This is no longer correct in contemporary English. These days, "would" is only a helping verb, used only in the hypothetical.

link comment answered May 11 '12 at 17:29 Jonathon VS Contributor
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which is the correct one.

link comment answered Nov 20 '15 at 21:20 Aurea Pirela New member

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