I was talking to a friend of mine and I came across this problem, I was talking to her and thinking that I should go meet her and not tell her that I would be going to meet her, and I said this:
- How awesome would it be if I went there and didn't tell you about it?
And it got me thinking, if I had said:
- How awesome will it be if I go there and not tell you about it?
It wouldn't have seemed as weird as saying:
- How awesome would it be if I went there and not tell you about it?
So, I am probably wrong but it looks like when we talk about the present we can omit the auxiliary verb do and the sentence will still seem correct. Is this right?
I was just going over the question and I noticed that, instead of saying meet her and don't tell her about it, I said meet her and not tell her about it. Is it just me being weird, or is there something I'm not aware of?