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  1. kltakky

    "is" & "Has been"

    Dear all,

    Please tell me what is the differences between these 2 senteces...

    1. the document is organised into 12 sections.
    2. the document has been organised into 12 sections.

    under what condition i have to use "is" and what condition have to use "has been"...seems the same meaning to me...

    would be thankful for clearing my doubts!!

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    The emphasis is different. The first sentence emphasizes the present situation. The second sentence emphasizes what has been done. Which you would use would depend on context.


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