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    difference

    Please explain me the difference between these two expressions.

    Work has done by me. and
    work has been done by me.

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    Exclamation Re: difference

    Quote Originally Posted by jamilakn View Post
    Please explain me the difference between these two expressions.
    Work was done by me. (‘has’ is wrong. Use ‘was’. It is a Passive sentence in simple past tense.)
    work has been done by me. (It is in the passive form and present perfect tense)

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    Both express completion of an activity and there is no difference in meaning.

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