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which one is correct ?

i really appreciate your help

or

i am really appreciate your help
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When you have "I am... "you expect an adjective (or an -ing verb for for present continuous, which is not the case here) to follow the "am."

I am appreciative of your help describes how you are - it's an adjective. That would be one way to rewrite it, if you chose.

I appreciate is a verb, and as Helena points, out, the correct choice for the two you present.
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I really appreciate your help



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i really appreciate your help

I really

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I am really

I'm really appreciate your help

I'm really appreciate your help

I'm appreciate is not a valid English tense.

Say I really appreciate your help.


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