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# Will be send vs will be sent

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14 Apr 2018, 22:49
Hi there,

I always get confused on whether using past tense/present tense after the phrase "will be", which one is correct below and why?

1. An itinerary will be send to you in advance before your arrival to Hong Kong
2. An itinerary will be sent to you in advance before your arrival to Hong Kong

One more confusion-

1- I always get confused
2-I always get confuse

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15 Apr 2018, 18:28
will be sent is the correct one. If i remember correctly, it is "passive verb". Usually, the structure is will/is/are/would/could (or without) + verb at infinitive + verb in past participle.
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