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mynameiswhat

New Member
hebrew
Hello.
I'm currently trying to translate something to English, and I am not sure if I am using a work correctly.
the context is someone sending me a message saying he would like me to go with him to a specific event.
the sentence i wrote is : he said to me: "i am going to the show, i would be glad if you come accompany me".

I'm not sure if the work 'come' is needed or if another will or would is needed.
can you please give me the correct phrase?
Thanks!
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    You don't need the word "come" in that sentence. Remember to capitalize "I": I am going to the show, and I would be happy if you would accompany me/go with me.
     

    Herefordian

    Member
    British English
    Not "come accompany" You want 'would' or 'could' + 'come / go with me'. 'Accompany' is a bit formal.

    He told me he was going to the show and would be glad if I would go with him.
     
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