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Jan 15, 2016, 10:35:39 PM via Website

I am new on this and started using MEDION'S android phone recently. I am getting to learn how to use some its features. The one thing I found confusing was the WHATSAPP MESSAGING grammar. The grammar is incorrect. When you put or create a message together is called COMPOSING a message.
When it is ready, you press >> to transmit the message (or TO SEND THE MESSAGE). After SENDING the words at the bottom of the message should be SENT (REPEAT SENT) not SEND. The sending is done. The past tense of the word SEND is SENT. (The word SEND is a present tense to do some thing. In the same way, when a message is RECEIVED, it is in the past tense the moment you RECEIVE it. To RECEIVE is a present tense, and that is not is meant here. THE WORD SHOULD BE 'RECEIVED'.

Very confusing grammar.
From: Mahmood Bhamji UK 00442086861655

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