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    #1

    I unable / am not able/was not able to send any email

    1. Since morning, I am not able to send any email. still, all my mails are in outbox.
    2. Since morning, I unable to send any email. still, all my mails are in outbox.
    3. Since morning, I was not able to send any email. still, all my mails are in outbox.

    Could you please tell me which one is correct? Thank you in advance.
    Last edited by Ajay 123; 04-Apr-2015 at 17:54.

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    Re: I unable / am not able/was not able to send any email

    None are correct. You need the present perfect.
    "Since this morning, I have not been able to send any email. All my mails are still in the outbox."

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