I am always grateful for your prompt and clear explanations.
I am wondering what is the difference between 'complete' and 'completed'.
Are there contexts in which I can use them interchangeably?
Please see the below sentence. Can I use 'completed' instead of 'complete' in the sentence below?
Is there a difference in meaning?
The human resource director asked for a complete evaluation of each staff member hired within the
past six months.
Your example sentence wouldn't be natural with "completed".
Last edited by Rover_KE; 17-Jun-2014 at 12:27.