Originally Posted by midwinter
It's not an awesome product
I wish you had seen me
We will be taking off soon
There are fewer cars on the road than usual
Nearly right except for the first one. As someone else has pointed out, it should be 'It's not that good a product'. The 'of' is entirely superfluous.
'If you had been there you would have seen me' is correct. 'I wish you had seen me' is also correct. However, 'I wish you would have seen me' is a horrible mangling of tenses.
'We will be taking off momentarily' is a misuse of 'momentarily', which means 'for
a moment' not 'in
a moment'. It scares me when I hear that as my plane is about to take off on a long flight.
There are fewer cars because the cars are plural. You could have less traffic, because the traffic is singular.