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1) The original has been couriered to your office address.
2) The original has couriered to your office address.
Is " couriered" a noun in the above sentence? I understand the 2nd sentence is not correct but I don't know the reason behind it. Can you please help to let me know?
No. "Couriered" is the past participle of the verb "courier". The noun form is "courier".
In your second sentence, you are attempting to use a transitive verb intransitively, and you have "the original" performing the action. "The original" should be the recipient of the action.
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