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Is it I will be grateful or I would be grateful?

Is it I will be grateful or I would be grateful?

Each is grammatically correct. However, “I would be grateful if you could help me with my homework” is eminently more natural and less rude.

Would you be grateful if you would?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. I would be grateful if you could/would formalASK FOR something/ASK somebody TO DO something used to make a request I would be most grateful if you could send me an invoice in due course. → gratefulExamples from the CorpusI would be grateful if you could/would …

What’s the meaning of grateful?

1a : appreciative of benefits received. b : expressing gratitude grateful thanks.

What are some examples of grateful?

The definition of grateful is feeling or showing thanks or appreciation for something. An example of grateful is how you feel when you are thirsty and someone brings you an icy glass of water. Appreciative of benefits received; thankful. I’m grateful for your help.

What behaviors would you see in a person who is grateful?

People who are grateful know that a grateful attitude takes work. Gratefulness does not always come naturally, especially in the most challenging times. In such times, grateful people work on keeping a good perspective. They might read affirmations, seek support form others, get help for their sadness or anxiety.

How can I be grateful daily?

Try these ideas:

  1. Each day, think of 3 things you are grateful for. Nature. People.
  2. Start a gratitude journal. Making a commitment to writing down good things each day makes it more likely that we will notice good things as they happen.
  3. Practice gratitude rituals. Some people say grace before a meal.

How do you feel appreciation?

7 Things to Do When You Feel Unappreciated

  1. Look for Appreciation Through Actions. Just because someone doesn’t say “thank you” doesn’t mean they don’t appreciate you.
  2. Show Some Kindness. Showing kindness can boost your own happiness.
  3. Appreciate Others.
  4. Reframe Negative Thoughts.
  5. Speak Up.