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    #1

    miss or missed

    (a) is correct. Am I right?

    (a) If I missed your phone call, text me.

    or

    (a) If I miss your phone call, text me.

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    Re: miss or missed

    Quote Originally Posted by robin lee View Post
    (a) is correct. Am I right?

    (a) If I missed your phone call, text me.

    or

    (a) If I miss your phone call, text me.
    They are both grammatically correct. I think 2 is more likely. You are expecting a call. If you cannot or do not answer, then the person should text you.

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