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    Default Can you tell me when I will receive (receive) my order?

    Does "receive" also make sense here? Is present tense possible here? It sounds awkward.

    gz14)Can you tell me when I will receive (receive) my order?

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    Default Re: Can you tell me when I will receive (receive) my order?

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Does "receive" also make sense here? Is present tense possible here? It sounds awkward.

    gz14)Can you tell me when I will receive (receive) my order?
    No, it doesn't make sense.

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