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    #1

    I am wondering?

    Hello Teacher, should I say "I am wondering" or "I have wondered"

    I am wondering if you have given thought to our suggestion to hold a meeting at your place.

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    I have wondered if you have given thought to our suggestion to hold a meeting at your place.

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    Re: I am wondering?

    Try "I was wondering." It gives the sense that you wondered in the past and that your wondering continues to the present moment.

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