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claude23

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FRANCE
Good afternoon,


I I say to someone "thank you for your understanding" Is it correct to say that ?

You have never said to me that you were coming or you will be coming to my place .... ?

THank you,

Claude.
 
  • GenJen54

    Senior Member
    USA - English
    "Thank you for your understanding." :tick:

    You have never told said to me that you were coming. :tick:
    In this instance, they "forgot" to tell you in the past about an action happening - or getting ready to happen - in the present.
     
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