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    request or requested?

    We're translating our site and have certain difficulties with the english grammar. Could anyone here be so kind and check if we used the correct form of request in the sentence below?

    NERadio international is broadcasting Techno and Trance 24/7 using Autoplay with >request< functionality. Broadcasts with live DJ (mostly in German, but occasionally in English) can be found tuning in NERadio Germany.

    regards,
    Deman

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    Lightbulb Re: request or requested?

    There is nothing wrong with the way you used thed the word ¨request¨

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    Re: request or requested?

    But say:
    tuning into NERadio Germany
    ~R

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