If it's ok by you , I_____________early today
b. will leave
c. am leaving
d. will be leave
If I were to answer I would pick "will leave" but I'm confused because I feel that it can be "am leaving" as well.
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Could I make a suggestion that this is completely rephrased?
If it's OK by you
Isn't really something a native speaker would say.
If it's OK with you...
I will leave
I am leaving
both of these work great, a and d are both grammatically incorrect.
Also, if you are asking your boss to leave early, saying it in this fashion may come across as rude, as it can seem like you are stating that you will be leaving early whether the person you are asking likes it or not, despite the first part of the sentence.
So, in conclusion, I would say,
Would it be possible for me to leave early today?
With a please and a thank you.
"If it's ok by you," simply makes it a question; whatever comes after should stand on its own as a statement.
So I would go for "I will leave early today" as the best option, or even more natural sounding would be "I'm going to leave early today". "I am leaving early today" also sounds fine.
"I leave early today" is grammatical but sounds very unnatural, and "I will be leave early today" is simply wrong.