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    passive

    Hello

    let me know which passive mean action is finished.

    he / she/ it/ has been /past participle




    he / she / it etc / is/past participle



    bye

    deer


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    Re: passive

    Quote Originally Posted by deer
    Hello

    let me know which passive mean action is finished.

    he / she/ it/ has been /past participle




    he / she / it etc / is/past participle



    bye

    You may want to post complete sentences. That makes it easier.

    deer

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    Re: passive

    Quote Originally Posted by deer
    Hello

    let me know which passive mean action is finished.
    he / she/ it/ has been /past participle
    he / she / it etc / is/past participle
    bye
    deer
    Studying and learning Active Voice clearly will help you comprehend Passive Voice.
    Ahmed

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    The preent perfect passive would imply that something is finished. The present simple could either, mostly colloquially, imply it or imply that something is repeated.

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