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    the use of the verb "to send"

    1/ I was wondering how to use the verb "to send" in combination with "hereby or herewith".
    When I check the Collins dictionary, I see: "I sent", but when I check via google "I hereby send/sent" I have noticed that "I hereby send" is more used.
    Which of those should I use?


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    Re: the use of the verb "to send"

    Hereby refers to a present action.

    I hereby send = I by this means send

    Sent is the past tense of send.

    I sent you a letter yesterday.

    I'm not 100% sure that the following explanation is correct.

    I thereby sent = I by that means sent (this may be misleading, I'm not 100% sure that i'm correct).

    I'm not a teacher.

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