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I am sorry for disturbing you.
I am sorry to disturb you.
I am sorry to disturbing you.
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I am sorry to disturb you.
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1) Can I disturb you? -- This is okay. You would normally use it when you have a question or something which needs to be resolved. And it will take some time to resolve. Clearly, you are disturbing someone by just asking this. However, it is a polite way to get someone's attention now or else to see if you can speak to them later.

Q. Can I disturb you for a moment?

A. Sorry, I am in the middle of something right now. Could you come back in an hour?

OR, Sure, I have a free moment just now.

2) Have I disturbed you? {The correct form] You just realized that you have interrupted someone. You did not mean to interrupt them. Usually followed by an apology.

Have I disturbed you? Sorry, I didn't realize you were on the phone.

Clear?

anonymous I am sorry for disturbing you.
I am sorry to disturb you.
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anonymous I am sorry for disturbing you.
I am sorry to disturb you.

Please don't add posts that contain nothing but a quotation of the original question. It adds nothing to the discussion to ask the same thing again, especially when the answer has already been given.

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CJ

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