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    Grammar

    Could you please tell me if there is any difference between these two sentences? "I am sorry for not bringing your package yet or I am sorry I have not brought your package yet". Thank you in advance.

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    Re: Grammar

    The first sentence sounds a bit strange to me. It is correct, but I wouldn't use it. I'd use it when delivering a package late and then I'd use 'before' instead of 'yet'.

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