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  1. Could you let me know if the lp has been sent, I sent many emails then eventually I made a paypal claim . None of my emails have been replyed.

This sentence means that I stopped sending messages once the claim was done, but if I had kept sending emails after the claim, should I have written that ?

  1. Could you let me know if the lp has been sent, I have sent many emails but none of them has been replyed and eventually I made a paypal claim.

I think eventually is not possible here because it would mean that the paypal claim was the last thing I had done which was not true because I kept sending emails after the claim.

  • Was the fact that no replies were received the basis for making the claim? – user3169 Aug 3 '18 at 6:00
  • Also, send and reply are separate actions. You don't say in either example that you sent emails after you made the claim. – user3169 Aug 3 '18 at 6:04
  • But present perfect for send that means up to now and past simple for make that means it is in the past, so obviously the claim was made before I sent my last email – user5577 Aug 3 '18 at 8:03
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A few things.

None of my emails have been replyed.

One, the verb "reply" needs an object. Your emails have not been replied to. Or as a noun, "None of my emails received a reply."

I think the best way to phrase this is

"Can you let me know if the IP has been sent? I have sent many emails and received no replies, and I also submitted a paypal claim."

I would not use "eventually." Eventually implies a long and indeterminate passage of time. Using "also" here says that you are doing all of those things.

  • Is "Received" in your answer still in present perfect? – user5577 Aug 3 '18 at 13:21

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