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Hi,
I sometimes see the phrase "to be send" before what I call a directional phrase like "to Ms. Jackson." Which is correct?

I have a letter to be send to Ms. Jackson
I have a letter to be sent to Ms. Jackson.
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Hi,
I sometimes see the phrase "to be send" before what I call a directional phrase like "to Ms. Jackson." Which is correct?

I have a letter to be send to Ms. Jackson Incorrect
I have a letter to be sent to Ms. Jackson. Correct

You could say 'I have a letter to send to Ms. Jackson.'

Clive
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What about:
"The letter is ready to be sent to Ms. Jackson"

Is that right?

Thanks Billy
Hi,

What about:

"The letter is ready to be sent to Ms. Jackson"

Is that right?

Yes, you can say that.

But more natural is eg The letter for Ms. Jackson is ready.

Clive
Hi,

What about when something in incomplete and needs to be sent later.

In the above example the letter is ready and to be sent however if suppose the letteris to be prepared and than sent than which is the correct sentence of the below:

8 letters are to be prepared and send today to client. OR
8 letters are to be prepared and sent today to client.

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8 letters are to be prepared and sent today to the clients.