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  • poolking
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    Come on guys, are spelling mistakes on the purchase page that critical?

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  • LiMiT-X
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    me fail english? thats unpossible!

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  • vBR
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    Originally posted by seby
    "If you like to buy..."

    That is not the proper way, but you can say "If you'd like to buy..."

    then that'll make sense.
    I think we're going in circles here.

    if you'd = if you would

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  • sebe
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    "If you like to buy..."

    That is not the proper way, but you can say "If you'd like to buy..."

    then that'll make sense.

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  • vBR
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    Originally posted by Icheb
    Well, both sides are right. Initially (!), it wasn't proper english, read up in your english books if you forgot. However, as I have been told by a friend of mine, the Americans etc. enjoy "stretching" those rules, so it became correct.

    And CeleronXT: nope, that is correct english.
    I very good diplomatic answer.
    Have you thought of mediating the U.S. / Iraqi dispute?

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  • Icheb
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    Well, both sides are right. Initially (!), it wasn't proper english, read up in your english books if you forgot. However, as I have been told by a friend of mine, the Americans etc. enjoy "stretching" those rules, so it became correct.

    And CeleronXT: nope, that is correct english.

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  • vBR
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    I think it works best as it is.

    For example.

    "I like to buy the German version of vBulletin. I do all the time"

    or

    "I would like to buy the German version of vBulletin. I shall do so right away"

    Take your pick.

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  • CeleronXT
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    Originally posted by Icheb
    Hm, "if" and "would" doesn't work together by the way.
    "If you like to buy..." would be more appropriate actually.
    "If you like to buy the German version...."
    What? How is that more appropriate? That's improper English.

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  • Cary
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    "If you would like to buy..." is the correct English way.

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  • Icheb
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    Hm, "if" and "would" doesn't work together by the way.
    "If you like to buy..." would be more appropriate actually.

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  • James
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    Originally posted by Marco
    Fixed! Thanks for the note.

    James

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  • Marco
    started a topic Spelling error on Purchase-page

    Spelling error on Purchase-page

    http://www.vbulletin.com/order/

    If you would like to buy the German version of vBulletin and recieve German support, please visit vBulletin-Germany.com.
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