... and if you read this it means I have finally resolved that question

GregorV

New Member
Dutch - Nederland
For days I have been asking myself if I should write you, and if you read this it means I have finally resolved that question.

Is this correct English or would one phrase the latter part of this sentence differently?
 
  • Franco-filly

    Senior Member
    English - Southern England
    I think one resolves a problem not a question, so I suggest "and if you are reading this [I prefer the present tense here] it means I finally answered that/my question" or "...I finally decided I should"
     
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