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    Mark is recieving an incoming call from Eleanor, Kevin's mother

    Hello.

    Are the following sentences correct?

    "Mark is receiving an incoming call from Eleanor, Kevin's mother. He let the phone ring, and does not answer."

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    Re: Mark is recieving an incoming call from Eleanor, Kevin's mother

    Mark hears the phone ring, and he can see from the number that it's Eleanor, Kevin's mother. He decides not to answer the call.

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    Re: Mark is recieving an incoming call from Eleanor, Kevin's mother

    You are writing in the present tense, so change 'let' to 'lets', Nikitus, and your sentences are correct.

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