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Example sentences with phrase in bold:

It's really quite enthralling I might add.

It's really quite enthralling might I add.

It's really quite enthralling might I add you.

I've heard all three used, but which is correct?

  • Do you mean his being added is enthralling you? – mahmud koya Apr 14 '17 at 8:37
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    Definitely not the last one. Consider 'might I add that it's really quite enthralling' – marcellothearcane Apr 14 '17 at 8:47
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I have heard both "I might add", and "might I add". Strangely, I've only heard the latter when the speaker is contradicting, or expressing indignation about, what they have just heard. In contrast I've heard "I might add" being used in the same way that one might see "moreover", or "furthermore" being used in a piece of writing.

  • I believe the construction of moving the verb to the front of a sentence ( both are restatements of "I might add it's really quite enthralling") turns it into a question, in this case a question you are answering by going right ahead and adding your point. – Mathily Apr 14 '17 at 16:08
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According to me, the first one is the corrent one

It's really quite enthralling I might add.

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