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Gabriel Malheiros

Senior Member
Portuguese - Brazil
Hello, guys

I would like to know if I can end a sentence with "I would like to". Like:

"Tomorrow there will be a game that unfortunately I won't be able to go to, but I would like to."

is my sentence odd?

Thank you
 
  • BLUEGLAZE

    Senior Member
    English - USA
    It is good. You could stop at 'but I would'. Most people probably do. There is no problem with continuing as you did.
     

    Gabriel Malheiros

    Senior Member
    Portuguese - Brazil
    It is good. You could stop at 'but I would'. Most people probably do. There is no problem with continuing as you did.
    but if i stop at "would" , wouldn't it sound that "would" is referring to "go"? "I won't be able to go to, but I would"? . Wouldn't it sound strange? How could the people know I am referring to "like" if the verb "like" isn't even in the sentence?
     
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