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    confirm or confirmed?

    we would like confirmed / confirm that the goods had deliveried on 04 Aug


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    Smile Re: confirm or confirmed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    we would like confirmed / confirm that the goods had deliveried on 04 Aug

    Here's the correct way to say or write this:

    We would like to confirm that the goods were delilvered on 04 Aug.

    Here's another way:

    We would like to confirm that the goods have been delivered.

    With the present perfect, we don't use a specific date, as this is finished time in the past. We use the present perfect to speak of time up until now, generally speaking.

    Post follow-up questions if you have any.



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    Re: confirm or confirmed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    we would like confirmed / confirm that the goods had deliveried on 04 Aug
    Zoe - who is confirming - you or the factory or the shippers?

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    #4

    Re: confirm or confirmed?

    Hi teacher Anglika,

    I confirm to the customer. Thanks to review again and advise.

    Regards
    Zoe


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    Re: confirm or confirmed?

    OK

    We confirm that the goods were delivered on [[date]]

    or

    We confirm that the goods have been delivered. They were signed for at your warehouse on [[date]]

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