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    passing or pass

    We will try to send the shipment sample to you by this weekend, after passing / pass our inspection.


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    Re: passing or pass

    I would say "after passing"

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    Re: passing or pass

    I would say '. . . after it passes our inspection' or '. . . after it has passed our inspection'.

    Rover

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