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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"



 
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #1 (permalink) Sat Jul 04, 2009 19:14 pm   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

Please any one explain which is the correct one

"I am very appreciated it"

"I appreciate it"

"I am appreciate it" (??? is this wrong ???)

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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #2 (permalink) Sat Jul 04, 2009 19:33 pm   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

I could only remember hearing this -- "I appreciate" or "I appreciate it"

The remaining two are grammatically incorrect and don't make sense.
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #3 (permalink) Sun Jul 05, 2009 5:14 am   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

thank you thank you
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #4 (permalink) Sun Jul 05, 2009 7:49 am   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

Hi Emily,

The second one is correct. If you want to appreciate somebody for their help or assistance you can say, I appreciate it.

'I am appreciated it' means you are appreciated by somebody for something.

Refer Active voice and passive voice, you will get more idea.

Have a nice day.

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I really appreciated it. #5 (permalink) Fri Feb 04, 2011 22:04 pm   I really appreciated it.
 

"I really appreciated it yesterday"?

I received a help from somebody and want to say thank you to the person thgouh e-mail.
Did I use the word, appreciate, in a right way in above sentence?
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #6 (permalink) Fri Feb 04, 2011 23:50 pm   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

Yes, 'appreciated' is used correctly, though the sentence could be improved by using something more specific than' it'.
I really appreciated your help yesterday.
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #7 (permalink) Fri Feb 10, 2012 7:45 am   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

Thanks. I am appreciative-- I appreciate you.

I appreciate the help-- I appreciate the help.

I am appreciated-- you appreciate me.

"Thanks. I am appreciative" and "I appreciate the help" are both similar meaning that you appreciate something and "I am appreciated" means someone appreciates you.
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #8 (permalink) Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:16 am   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

Usually, 'I appreciate you' and 'you appreciate me' would be followed by something else (I appreciate you coming, I appreciate your kindness).
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #9 (permalink) Fri Feb 10, 2012 21:38 pm   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

;) thats it!

Aaronrockies wrote:
Thanks. I am appreciative-- I appreciate you.

I appreciate the help-- I appreciate the help.

I am appreciated-- you appreciate me.

"Thanks. I am appreciative" and "I appreciate the help" are both similar meaning that you appreciate something and "I am appreciated" means someone appreciates you.
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #10 (permalink) Fri Feb 10, 2012 22:01 pm   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

Snitchboy65 wrote:
That's it!


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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #11 (permalink) Sun Feb 12, 2012 0:13 am   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

also i had same problem.
thanx for all answers
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"I am appreciated" or "I appreciate" #12 (permalink) Wed Apr 11, 2012 21:58 pm   "I am appreciated" or "I appreciate"
 

Thanks everyone!!!

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