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    Question began vs. begun

    I need to state in 2 words on a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that that particular task (task= price estimate) has not been addressed/ started/ worked on, etc. (The spreadsheet is a shared workspace with colleagues)

    Is it grammatically correct to label the estimate as "not began" or "not begun" ????

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    Re: began vs. begun

    '...not begun.'

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