- 1 Post By bhaisahab
Is gone or Has gone?
I often see people write or say such things:
He is gone.
The meaning, he left and they don't know when or even if he will come back or not.
I also read such things:
My pain has gone.
After the love has gone.
The first can be said for example when your tooth doesn't pain anymore.
The second is a song's name.
Does that all mean that we can't say:
He has gone.
My pain is gone.
After the love is gone.
I believe "has gone" can be used because it's the 3rd form of "go".
(He has gone to the cinema 3 times today.)
But I have no idea about the other two sentences.
Re: Is gone or Has gone?
Originally Posted by Nightmare85
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