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    Hear or Heard

    Hi, first time on this forum and I'm not a native English speaker and have a simple question. Which one is grammatically correct: I will let you know when I hear from them or I will let you know when I heard back from them. Many thanks.

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    Re: Hear or Heard

    Welcome to the forum, Nerul.

    You need 'hear (back)' or 'have heard (back)'.

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    Re: Hear or Heard

    thank you.... that makes sense. Thanks again. I will never have that doubt now.

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