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    Wear off or Worn off

    Hi,

    Which one is correct:

    "I just went to the dentist and the anesthesia still hasn't worn off or wear off"

    I heard both... so i was wondering which one is correct and why?


    Thanks

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    Re: Wear off or Worn off

    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    Hi,

    Which one is correct:

    "I just went to the dentist and the anesthesia still hasn't worn off or wear off"

    I heard both... so i was wondering which one is correct and why?


    Thanks
    It's "hasn't worn off". What do you think is the reason?

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