The present perfect and present continuous are a little bit challenging for me.


How are you feeling today? I hope you have fully recovered and you are having a good start of the week. If this is the case, would [day of the week, month, day, and time] still be a good time to visit your lab?

Context: I was invited for an interview, but the two individuals that I was supposed to meet with got sick, and they asked to postpone the interview for the following week. In the above sentence, I am following up with them prior to the interview. So, is it grammatically correct to use the present perfect and present continuous in the same sentence?

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    Yes, that's good, Moe. It's grammatically correct, but you could leave out the second you: I hope you have fully recovered and are having... Mar 9, 2020 at 9:35
  • Thanks for your replay! Would you please explain what the sentence means to you in terms of using both tenses?
    – Rick
    Mar 10, 2020 at 0:03
  • I don't understand your question. You know what it means. It doesn't mean anything different to me. Mar 12, 2020 at 0:09


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