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Arthur J. Lam

Sent/sent/had sent you already

I thought I have sent you alreadyI thought I sent you alreadyI thought I had sent you already I thought I sent the file to my friend three days ago. what is the correct?

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MattHeavnen updated 18 August
Who/what are you sending? With those statements you're saying that you're sending someone (pronoun 'you') somewhere. You're not using the word file. Oh, and the correct form is "I thought I had sent you the file already."
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