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    if you are still driving, i will call you later

    if you are still driving, i will call you later....is it correct?

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    Re: if you are still driving, i will call you later

    if you are still driving, i will call you later....is it correct?


    not a teacher.

    No. A sentence must start with a capital letter, and the first person singular pronoun always requires a capital "I".

    If you are still driving, I will call you later.
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