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    Mike12345 is offline Member
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    is gone has gone

    1 My headache is gone.
    2 My headache has gone.

    Teachers, What's the difference between these two sentences? I think They are same. Both of them mean I am well with my head now.

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    Re: is gone has gone

    "Gone" is used as an adjective in (1) and a verb in (2).
    But both mean the same thing.
    I am not a teacher or a native speaker.

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    Re: is gone has gone

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike12345 View Post
    Both of them mean I am well with my head now I no longer have a headache.
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