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Will be send or sent to you?

Will be send or sent to you? will be sent is the correct one. If i remember correctly, it is « passive verb ». Usually, the structure is will/is/are/would/could (or without) + verb at infinitive + verb in past participle.

Can you send me or send to me?

2 Answers. « Send it to me » is correct and more commonly used. Although « send me it » is grammatically correct, it’s not commonly used in formal writing.

Has sent or has send?

The form « has » is used for the 3rd person (he, she, it). The form « have » is used for all the other persons. The form « send » is present. The form « sent » is a past or a participle.

Has been sent or send?

If the report is on its way, you can say: is being sent. Of course if you say:has been sent, you have to realise that it is also being sent and that means it hasn’t arrived yet. Remember: I didn’t send it.

Has been sent meaning?

by saying « She has been sent a parcel » implies that it has been sent very recently or even presently. Past tense is usually vague and you have to state a time « I was sent a parcel » could mean a year ago. So I’d say use has/ have been when something has just happened.


Can you please send me or could you please send me?

Both are correct. The first is more direct, and the second is more polite. Could you please . . . gives slightly more room for refusal than Can you please . . .

Have sent or has sent?

When you have stated the time, you don’t say ‘have sent’ or ‘had sent’. Just ‘sent’. But, what if I wanna want to say that I sent something two days ago.. This is correct – simple past tense.

What is the difference between I have sent and I sent?

« I sent » is in the simple past tense. « I sent the letter. » « I have sent » is in the present perfect tense. « I have sent the letter. »

How do you use Send in a sentence?

« Please send the mail to my new address. » « She sends him a letter every week. » « He will send him an apology tonight. » « The military is sending soldiers to battle. »

How do you say sent mail?

The appropriate reply is « I have sent the mail as you instructed« . That becomes « Mail has been sent ».

Have been sent and have sent?

Since the sending happened in the past (maybe just a few seconds ago, but in the past), you should use either the simple past tense (preterite): I was sent here. or the present perfect: I have been sent here.

Has been sent have been sent?

In English , passive past perfect ( had been sent ) tense is usually use when there is another time frame in the same sentence. Eg. The letter had been sent to you twice before your wife called me.

When to use has been sent?

For example, The message has been sent might be followed by a comment such as so it’s too late to do anything about it now. The Have P.P. is used to talk about new information or more recent things, versus the Past Simple which only talks about the Past. The message has been sent.

Have been sent or had been sent?

It’s probably “the required documents have been sent”. You can say “had been sent » under the correct circumstances, it is in the past perfect tense which is used to describe a past event that happened before some other past event. For example: “The required documents had been sent when I left the office for the day.”

Can you or can I grammar?

1 Answer. If taken literally, « Can you » is equivalent to asking the person if they’re capable of doing something. « Could you », on the other hand, implies that the action can be completed under some circumstances by the person. The usage of can you is idiomatic, and hence, is more popular used phrase of the two.

Would you or could you please?

But I would suppose that “would” is more polite, because it expresses the idea of probability, and of willingness, and of the desire that something be done, whereas “could” is more in the realm of ability (yes I can). And according to the American Heritage Dictionary, “would” is used to make a polite request.

Could you please send me the details Meaning?

@binabeparijyp can you please send me the details is normally used when asking for further information about something, normally an event. For example, ‘I heard that there’s a party at Helen’s tomorrow, can you please send me the details?’

Have send of have sent?

This is not correct. Don’t use this phrase. The present perfect tense of the verb « send » is « have sent, » not « have send. »

Did I send or sent?

The present perfect (« Have you sent the files? ») is used to connect a past action with a present situation: « Have you sent the files? » means the same as, « Does the professor have the files now? » The past simple (« Did you send the files? ») refers only to the action itself, and has no connection with the present at all.

Did you already send or sent?

The present perfect (« Have you sent the files? ») is used to connect a past action with a present situation: « Have you sent the files? » means the same as, « Does the professor have the files now? » The past simple (« Did you send the files? ») refers only to the action itself, and has no connection with the present at all.

Is have sent correct?

When you have stated the time, you don’t say ‘have sent’ or ‘had sent’. Just ‘sent‘. But, what if I wanna want to say that I sent something two days ago.. This is correct – simple past tense.

What type of verb is send?

Conjugation of verb ‘Send’

Base Form (Infinitive): To Send

Past Simple

:
Sent
Past Participle: Sent
3rd Person Singular: Sends
Present Participle/Gerund: Sending

What does full send mean?

If you do something full send, especially in extreme sports, you’re doing it it full-throttle and with 100% commitment—even if you end up failing. In extended, popular slang, full send has the sense of « intense, » « hardcore, » or « without regard to consequences. »

Did you send or have you send?

The present perfect (« Have you sent the files? ») is used to connect a past action with a present situation: « Have you sent the files? » means the same as, « Does the professor have the files now? » The past simple (« Did you send the files? ») refers only to the action itself, and has no connection with the present at all.

What does Sent mean in email?

Definition of an Email Sent

This is the number of emails sent out through email marketing campaigns. In one campaign there may be 100 email subscribers. If we sent to that campaign then that would be 100 emails sent. All other types of emails sent are not counted as part of the email sent count.

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