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    Exclamation Past or present(pop 2)

    Hello there,


    What does this sentence mean "give me a call when you arrive home"


    this sentence is present tense,past tense or future tense?
    Thanks...

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    Re: Past or present(pop 2)

    It means, telephone me when you get home.

    Note, "Call" is an imperative verb; "arrive" is present simple.

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