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  1. aachu's Avatar
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    You've been rehabilitated

    Watching a movie, I came across this scene where a policeman asks a con, "You feel you've been rehabilitated?". I got what he meant, but don't know if it's grammatically correct. If it is, does it depict a special use of 'Have been'?

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    Re: You've been rehabilitated

    Do you feel (that) you (ha)ve been rehabilitated? Present Perfect Passive, used normally.

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