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    has / has been

    can you Please give the difference between the two....

    1. He has finished his work
    2. he has been finished his work.

    thanks in advance.

    Ferose

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    #2

    Re: has / has been

    Hi!!
    I don't know the difference but I would say that your second choice is wrong

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    Re: has / has been

    Quote Originally Posted by ferose
    can you Please give the difference between the two....

    1. He has finished his work
    2. he has been finished his work.

    thanks in advance.

    Ferose
    Hello ferose,

    I will try to exlain it to you.

    Have/has finished = active
    Have/has been finished = passive

    He has finished his work
    He has been finished his work
    The work has been finished by him

    Best regards,
    Dany


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    Re: has / has been

    thanks Dany & Alc1122

    i wish to thank you both the persons for the reply. please help me in future doubts also..

    thanks in advance

    Ferose

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    Re: has / has been

    Quote Originally Posted by ferose
    thanks Dany & Alc1122

    i wish to thank you both the persons for the reply. please help me in future doubts also..

    thanks in advance

    Ferose


    Your welcome

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    #6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dany
    Your welcome
    Dany, that should be "You're welcome".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red5
    Dany, that should be "You're welcome".

    Thanks for your correction

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    #8

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    No problem. If anyone reading this is confused about why I corrected that, read our page on The Use of the Apostrophe in English.


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    #9

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    i thank red too, for his interest !!!

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