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His schedule is tight early this week, but indicated that either Thursday or Friday (Oct. 9th & 10th) he could be available to meet with Dan and you to discuss the details. OR His schedule is tight early this week, but indicated that either ...
  thanks to all that replied... i appreciate the help!
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  Ooh! None of these sentences is very good. Let me suggest a slight modification.
His schedule for the early part of this week is tight, but he has indicated that on either Thursday or Friday (Oct. 9th & 10th) he could be available to meet with ...
  thank you to everyone who replied... the letter has been sent, and i appreciate (very much) all the help i've received thus far.
all my best...
blonde Emotion: smile
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just wanted to give a giant PROPS to this site!!! i make my living as a web designer/editor/ma'am-fix-alot, and sometimes the most general rules of grammar tend to slip past me. i'm not so amazed that there is a site out there that helps those of ...
  Thanks blonde,
Comments like yours are always appreciated.
  Yeah seriously, that was a cool "thank you!" - Thanks!
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Can you give me an example of broken as a present tense?
  what about:
"my relationship is tense at the moment, my heart is broken since my spouse cheated on me"
 It's just the same thing: broken is used as an adjective. I didn't use any example of this kind because everybody knows what a broken heart feels like. Emotion: wink
  and adjective or not, it is still a reductive past participle.
the broken pot is on the shelf - also means, the pot that has been broken (in the past) is on the shelf (now, presently)
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