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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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The third sentence is incorrect. The first two sentences are grammatically correct, but they are not always used in the same situation.

I am sorry for disturbing you.
That is, I regret having disturbed you (in the past, probably the immediate past, although it could also be read as the immediate present).

I am sorry to disturb you.
That is, I regret that I am now disturbing you (in the immediate present).

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Thank you!
what about I am sorry I disturbed you?

could I ask you one question So you could tell me how you will write it yourself?
Can you "feel a dream"? Is there anything not correct an not natural?
It funny how you can feel a dream. You can feel the feelings you feel in a dream. In my dream I was in a plane that was nosediving and I could no longer breathe and I had tears. I woke up short of breath and with tears.

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"I am sorry I disturbed you" is fine, but it is in the past. It may be the immediate past or the distant past, that depends on the rest of the conversation.

It would be more accurate to say something like, "the dream felt real to me."

How would I say it? Perhaps:
It is funny how dreams affect us. The feelings and experience we undergo in our dreams carry over into our waking. In my dream, I was in a plane that was nosediving and I could no longer breathe and I was weeping. I woke up short of breath and with my face sprinkled with tears.

I hope that helps.
sory for disturb you
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which one is correct from the below,

1) can i disturb you?

2) have i disturb you?

which one is correct and why, which one is wrong and why, if both are correct then which one is suitable for use, if both are wrong then what can i use.

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