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    Send smb/Send to smb

    Hi. I've always thought that the constructions of the verb "to send" was: to send somebody something. However I think I've heard a native english say "That video that you sent to us is pretty cool". Is that correct?


    And what about this sentence? "I don't remember whether or not I've already sent you this video". Is that correct?


    Thanks.
    Last edited by Mirino; 27-Mar-2015 at 21:45.

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    Re: Send smb/Send to smb

    They are both correct.

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