which is good english grammar- I did not received or I have not received?

Answer 1

Maureen, both patterns are possible verb tenses; you need to tell a bit more to make the choice;

e.g., “I didn’t receive the letter yesterday, but the day before.”

Here the action of receiving is being treated like a single action.

e.g., “I have received your emails with the study tips for the past 6 weeks; that helped me with my studies a lot.”

Here the action of receiveing is being treated like a continued action.

e.g., “I have received only one phone call from my mom since I left home for college.”

Here the action is expressed as a single action with emphasis on the experience. cf. have ever received, have never received, have twice received

So what is the rest of the sentence you are trying to write? Plase specify time expression or time indea especially.

Answer 2

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which is good english grammar- I did not received or I have not received?

Answer 3

I think the good anwers should be I have not received.
Because you can’t use past perticipate when you have said did but u can see I did not receive it still means it was happening yesterday

Answer 4

You could say:

I did not receive (note, no D at the end), or else, I have not received. Both are correct. I have not is slightly more formal, and traditionally correct. But in everyday use, you’re more likely to hear, “I did not receive.”

Answer 5

we would like to inform you that, we have not yet received cash against your bounced cheque No (Bank) dt Rs . We are inform you that, kindly give that amount by cash direct to our office within 2 days, If the payment is not received at time we taken further action.

Answer 6

Have Not Received

Answer 7

The latter phrase (it’s not a complete sentence) is the only correct one. The first phrase could be correct if you left the (ed) off of the word “receive.”

Answer 8

I have not received or sent email from my e_mail account

Answer 9

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Part of speech: verb Progressive (using ing) You don’t have the complete form included in your question for me to know what tense, so I am writing in the different possibilities: In addition to being a passive form, how “BEING RECEIVED” is described depends on the form of “be” which is used as the auxiliary verb. You have LOTS of options: Present Progressive: is being received Present form of ‘be’ + being + past participle Past Progressive: was being received Past form of ‘be’ + being + past participle Present Perfect: has been received Past form of ‘have’ + been + past participle Present Perfect Progressive: has been being received Present form of ‘have’ + been + being + past participle Past Perfect Progressive: had been being received Past form of ‘have’ + been + being + past participle Modal + Base Form: will be received Modal + be + past participle Modal Progressive: will be being received Modal + be + being + past participle Modal Perfect: will have been received Modal + have + been + past participle Modal Perfect Progressive: will have been being received Modal + have + been + being + past participle

Answer 10

Ms. Linda

No we have not received any check by mail. I will be checking if we do I will let

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