It would be better (for me) before the end of the week.

loviii

Senior Member
russian
Good day!

The example is from here:
(1) Before the end of the week would be better for me.

I think the context could be the next:
A: How soon do you need a response from our experts? / When do you want me to deal with it?
B: Before the end of the week would be better for me.

My remade sentences:
(2) It would be better for me before the end of the week.
(3) It would be better before the end of the week.

Are (2) and (3) grammatical too and if not, then why?

Thanks!
 
  • Chez

    Senior Member
    English English
    Your sentence 2 is OK.

    Sentence 3 doesn't work because it doesn't include the important fact that it is better for you.
    It might not be better for anyone else, or for the good of 'it' (whatever that is)
     
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