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    #1

    tense

    wich tense is used in this sentence :

    your assignment has been corrected ????

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    #2

    Re: tense

    The present perfect tense in the passive voice.

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    Re: tense

    Quote Originally Posted by noysse View Post
    Which tense is used in this sentence:

    "Your assignment has been corrected?"
    The tense is the present perfect. The sentence is in the passive voice.

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    #4

    Re: tense

    thank you very much for your help :) :):) :)

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    Re: tense

    Quote Originally Posted by noysse View Post
    Thank you very much for your help​. :) :):) :)
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    #6

    Re: tense

    I thought a proper sentence should be:

    Has your assignment been corrected?

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    Last edited by tedmc; 29-May-2015 at 04:24.

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    #7

    Re: tense

    Ted, that sentence doesn't work.

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