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    requested

    Is this sentence OK?

    She requested her manager to call her when her pay cheque is ready and she will then ask her mother to pick up her pay cheque.

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    Re: requested

    I'd say

    'She requested her manager to call her when her pay cheque was ready and she would then ask her mother to pick it up'.

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