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    past/passed

    Hi,

    Which one of this more appropriate?
    Here I am trying to say that the 15 minutes allotted to that person are already over.

    1. Your 15 minutes are already past.
    2. Your 15 minutes have already passed.

    Thanks,

    MG.

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    Re: past/passed

    They are both appropriate and correct.

    Rover

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