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    #1

    Is it possible?

    Is it possible?
    Even though you will not be able to answer to the message.

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    #2

    Re: Is it possible?

    * Not a teacher

    Assuming that your question is whether your sentence is grammatically correct:

    a) You cannot answer a message. You answer a question.
    b) Also, you should remove the second "to".

    [Context], even though you will not be able to answer the question.

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    #3

    Re: Is it possible?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustAlilBit View Post
    Is it possible?
    Even though you will not be able to answer to the message.
    If you did mean "message" (a message on an answerphone, or perhaps an email or a written note), then you can't use "answer" here.

    [Context], even though you will not be able to respond/reply to the message.

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