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    Default an unresolved problem..

    Hi,
    using phrasal verbs...
    How would you say in English that a issue continue to be unresolved until today and therefore we have inherited...

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    The issue is unresolved.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    How would you say in English that a issue continues to be unresolved until today?
    We don't say until today, but we do say up to the present time.


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