Student or Learner
Which one of the following is correct or better?
1. Please check I have faxed you.
2. I have faxed you. Please check (it). (Do I need 'it' here, by the way?)
So there is no word such as ¨faxed¨? You should instead say it as ¨I sent a fax message to you¨?
Mary Joe - I must take issue with you - when we use a fax machine, we fax a document through to the other party, so we have definitely faxed information to them. It is commonly used.
In Asad's case, he could equally well say "I faxed the information to you. Please check that it has arrived."
Please check whether I have faxed you something.
I've faxed you a minute ago, could you check whether the fax has arrived.
These two sentences above looks correct to me