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Hi

Would you say that both of these sets read naturally? Any difference between

  1. If only he knew how much irritated I get by this act of his.
  2. If only he knew how irritated I get by this act of his.

or

  1. I wish he knew how much irritated I get by this act of his.
  2. If wish he knew how irritated I get by this act of his.

Thanks,

Tom

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Mr. TomIf only he knew how irritated I get by this act of his.
Mr. TomIf wish he knew how irritated I get by this act of his.

Only these, but correct the spelling mistake in the second one.

Thanks!

So 'If only' and 'I wish' carry the same flavor?

Tom

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Mr. Tom

Thanks!

So 'If only' and 'I wish' carry the same flavor?

Tom

You could say that.