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    #1

    Re: Assist me please

    Hello experts
    I will be more thankful if you could kindly assist me with the differences of this two senteces bellow:

    1: Your requests are being received
    2: Your requests have been received

    Thanks !


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    #2

    Re: Assist me please

    Quote Originally Posted by Massaga View Post
    Hello experts
    I will be more thankful if you could kindly assist me with the differences of this two senteces bellow:

    1: Your requests are being received
    2: Your requests have been received

    Thanks !
    1: Your requests are being received
    2: Your requests have been received

    The only time you would use 1: is if the requests were in the process of being received. In the middle of being downloaded from the internet for example.

    The second means what it says...the have been received

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