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    When you await your result.

    When you are awaiting your result, you can use one of these statements to tell your result hasn't been announced.

    (Active Voice)
    1. They haven't announced my result yet.
    2. They haven't declared my result yet.


    (Passive Voice)
    1. My result hasn't been announced yet.
    2. My result hasn't been declared yet.
    3. My result hasn't come out yet.


    (Passive Voice)

    1. My result is yet to be announced.
    2. My result is yet to be declared.
    3. My result is yet to come out.


    Which options from the above statements are grammatically correct?

    Which of those statements above are natural and most frequently used by native speakers?


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    Aamir the Global Citizen
    Last edited by Aamir Tariq; 10-Apr-2016 at 08:28.

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    #2

    Re: When you awaits your result.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aamir Tariq View Post
    When you are awaiting your result, you can use one of these statements to tell your result hasn't been announced.

    [blah, blah, blah]

    Which options from the above statements are grammatically correct
    ?

    Which
    one of those statements above are natural and most frequently used among by native speakers?
    They are all grammatically correct, but the rest of your post isn't.

    I'd say

    'I haven't got my results yet' or 'My result hasn't come through yet'.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 10-Apr-2016 at 08:26.

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