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    #1

    Didn't you just finished your dinner?

    Didn't you just finished your dinner?

    Someone just took her dinner and ask for some food.
    Can we say "Didn't you just finished your dinner?"

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    Re: Didn't you just finished your dinner?

    "Haven't you just had (your) dinner?"

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