“was sent” – is correct. It’s passive. In the passive past participle of the verb used. Thanks for reading.
‘Send’ and ‘sent’ are different forms of the same verb. “Sent” is the past tense and present participle, while “senden” is the present perfect.
The word “send” is the present tense of the verb, while the word “send” is the past tense and the past tense of the verb. 3. Both have progressive forms, using the word “send” in its present form and the word “sent” in its earlier form. 4.
Sent is defined as having transmitted or delivered. An example of sending something is posting an invoice yesterday.
Both sentences mean the same thing, someone sent you messages that made you happy. The use of had sent (perfect) indicates that the sender stopped sending before the next action: that you were overwhelmed.
For the past indicative second person and all plural forms use were. “They were in the stadium” and “You conceded the whole game.” Both singular and plural forms were also used for the hypothetical or fantastic subjunctive, as in “If they brought back popcorn, I would eat it.”
▲ Past tense for to forcibly remove someone from somewhere. packaging sent. excluded.
“to send” is the correct usage. To be verbs always followed by the past participle. The past participle of “to send” is “sent”. So the correct form is “to send”.
Here are ways I would write this idea, depending on whether you mean regular mail or email: POST – “I mailed it to you.” POST – “I sent you a package.” or “I sent you a letter.” POST – “I sent it in the mail.”
Only use the word already when referring to a specific point in time, an event that is fully completed, or to indicate surprise at the passage of time.