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When using the helping verb have, the correct form of the past tense of the verb to send is sent.
Expert Tip: If the action is complete, it is usually better to use the more direct form, I sent you an email.
Verb Tense: Including the auxiliary verb have, tells us the action happened in the past, so the past tense of the main verb, sent, must be used.