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End of the day if it will not complete tell me
End of the day if it will not completed tell me
End of the day if it is not complete tell me
End of the day if it is not completed tell me

Which one is correct.

  • As it stands, this question is meaningless. None of these sequences represents a "correct" sentence, and we don't know what exactly the OP wants to say. It's currently Not Constructive. – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica May 10 '13 at 0:05
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All are grammatically incorrect. They have to be either:

If, at the end of the day, it will not be completed, (please) tell me (now).

or

If it will not be completed at the end of the day, tell me (now).

or

If it is not completed at the end of the day, tell me (before you go home).

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