I glad to attend

Discussion in 'English Only' started by p246, Nov 6, 2008.

  1. p246 Member

    Hi everybody,
    I have received an invitation for a job interview and I would like to reply that I want to come with pleasure.
    Can I say:
    "I glad to attend your interview." ?

    Thanks for help
  2. Dimcl Senior Member

    British Columbia, Canada
    Canadian English
    No, that's not correct. Since the interview is in the future, you would say:

    "I will be glad to attend an/the interview"

    I think calling it "your" interview sounds odd.
  3. g_man_50 Senior Member

    USA English
    Your sentence is incomplete because it is lacking a verb. You could say any of the following:
    I'm glad to attend.
    I will gladly attend.
    I would be happy to come in for an interview.
    I look forward to the opportunity of coming in for an interview.
    I greatly appreciate the opportunity of coming in for an interview.
  4. GreenWhiteBlue

    GreenWhiteBlue Senior Member

    The City of New York
    USA - English
    In such formal circumstances, I would not use a contraction. I would therefore write g_man's first suggestion as "I am glad to attend."
  5. Alxmrphi Senior Member

    Reykjavík, Ísland
    UK English
    I suggest 'will be', I think 'am' sounds weird, like you are actually there, with 'will be', it refers that you will be glad WHEN you attend (i.e. next week) so it matches the 'future' action
  6. p246 Member

    Thanks to everyone for advice.

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