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    what is correct?

    Hi!

    I was wondering what is correct between... "File is not existing" and "File does not exist."

    Thank you!

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    Re: what is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by taciturn View Post
    Hi!

    I was wondering what is correct between... "File is not existing" and "File does not exist."

    Thank you!
    Hi, Tacitum! Welcome!
    The file doesn't exist ....

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    Re: what is correct?

    Hi!
    Harry's right. "Exist" is not used in the continuous form


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    Re: what is correct?

    Thanks Harry and Fiona!

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    Re: what is correct?

    [quote=taciturn;159928]Thanks Harry and Fiona! [/quo

    You are welcome!

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