Help me to learn grammer
I want to learn usage of "Have Been, Has Been' with second form.
what is the difference between these sentances:
1) The material delivered at site.
2) The material have been delivered at site.
Re: Help me to learn grammer
I don't know what 'second form' means, Mohsin. "has been" is used when the subject is 'he/she/it'. "the material = it".
Originally Posted by Mohsin
They're both wrong. Both sentences need to be put in the passive. Note the changes I've made.
1) The material WAS delivered [at] TO THE site.
2) The material HAS [have] been delivered [at] TO THE site.
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