conditionals question

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bartini

Member
Polish
Hello, I would like to send samples to my potential customer.
Which question is grammar correctly?


  1. If I send you set of samples will it be more convenient to you?
  2. If I will send you set of samples, will it be more convenient to you?

Or, maybe you know more appropriately question to use?
Thanks in advance.
 
  • Biffo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    The obvious question here is "more convenient than what?

    I think what you want to say is, "Would it be more convenient [for you] if I sent a set of samples?"

    Can you give the context of this sentence? What came before it?
     

    bartini

    Member
    Polish
    Earlier I sent an email and nobody replied for my offer, so I would like to ask about another possibilities.
    Your sentence "Would it be more convenient [for you] if I sent a set of samples?" is very helpful for me.

    Thank you very much:)
     
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