"I am more than happy to be assitance."
This sentence sound strange to me because of the word "more than". What is the function of "more than"( verb, adv or ..?)?
Can i say happy to assist instead of "happy to be assistance"?Does there any different?
This is a very formal way to speak and yes, you could also say "I would be happy to assist you"
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'More than happy' means 'very, very happy', 'ecstatic'.
Best wishes, Clive
Anonymous:If i am writing the letter to my friend's grandmother, is it too formal?
Anonymous:No, my grandmother can't talk in English.
"to be of asistance" This part seem strange to me, can you explaint the structure of it?
Thank in advance
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