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    Have now completed or complete?

    1) I have now complete the degree course and I am looking for a job.

    2) I have now completed the degree course and I am looking for a job.

    Which one is correct? Thank you!

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    Re: Have now completed or complete?

    'Completed' is correct.

    Not a teacher.

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