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    Smile started leaving

    can you please correct my sentence.....

    Hi I am started leaving. I will be there at 5 o clock if i hopefully get a bus here in 5 to 10 minutes....


    Is it correct to say when we got the bus and started traveling...

    hi I got the bus and on the way.
    I will reach there at 5 o clock if it is no traffic.

    hi I got the bus and started traveling.
    I will be reaching there hopefully at 5'O clock if there is no traffic

    thanks in advance..

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    Re: started leaving

    Hi. I am leaving now and will be there at 5 o'clock, hopefully, if I catch a bus in the next 5 or 10 minutes.

    Hi. I caught the bus and am on the way. I will be there at 5 o'clock if there is no traffic.

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