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    Are these correct sentence?

    These amounts have been disbursed to the following persons.

    1 Raj $ 500/-
    2 Meera $ 250/-
    3 John $ 150/-

    1 I acknowledge that I have received the payment $600/- tomorrow.
    2 I acknowledge that I received the payment of $ 600/- tomorrow.
    3 Please confirm me when you receive the payment.
    4 Please confrim me when you have received the payment.

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    #2

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    You can't acknowledge receipt of something tomorrow. You can only do that after you have actually received it.

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    #3

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    sorry I forgot to write yesterday instead of tomorrow. Thanking for you help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meela View Post
    Are these correct sentence?

    These amounts have been disbursed to the following persons.

    1 Raj $500
    2 Meera $250
    3 John $150

    1 I acknowledge that I have received the payment $600/- tomorrow.
    2 I acknowledge that I received the payment of $ 600/- tomorrow.
    3 Please inform me when you receive the payment.
    4 Please inform me when you have received the payment.
    (/-) This is only used with Rupees. There is no space between the dollar sign and the amount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    You can't acknowledge receipt of something tomorrow. You can only do that after you have actually received it.
    In Hindi and Urdu, the word for yesterday is the same as the word for tomorrow, "kal".

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    thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    In Hindi and Urdu, the word for yesterday is the same as the word for tomorrow, "kal".
    That's an interesting note about language and culture. Is that why India and Pakistan needed English before they made any progress?

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    In Hindi and Urdu, the word for yesterday is the same as the word for tomorrow, "kal".
    Really? That's amazing.

    It must cause a lot of confusion.

    Rover

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    In Hindi and Urdu, the word for yesterday is the same as the word for tomorrow, "kal".
    What does "kal" mean?
    How is this differentiated in use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freezeframe View Post
    What does "kal" mean?
    How is this differentiated in use?
    The tense of the verb gives the meaning, future tense indicates tomorrow and past tense indicates yesterday.

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