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    Anything wrong?

    "Problems state here have been occur and successfully solve using solutions provide."

    Actually should I use present or past tense for a short sentences as above to be post on website?

    Korbkhun

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    Re: Anything wrong?

    Hello Khuncla,

    That isn't quite right I think you intended to write:

    1. State here whether problems have occurred, and if so, whether they have been solved using the solutions provided.

    All the best,

    MrP

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    Re: Anything wrong?

    Maybe (s)he means, 'Problems stated here (are occurring)(have been occurring) and (are being solved)(have been solved) using the solutions provided.'

    "successfully" can be omitted; 'the' is needed before "solutions".


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    Re: Anything wrong?

    Thank you.

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