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    • Join Date: Jun 2007
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    Correct me

    Hi ,
    we are having past partciple noun modifiers, sometimes it's prefixed as 'completed work' and sometimes it is suffixed as 'work completed'.. is there any difference in meaning of these form
    Some more examples.

    "wanted jobs and jobs wantred' Does this mean "job which is required or was required'


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    Re: Correct me

    "Wanted jobs" and "Jobs wanted" Does this mean "job which is required or was required?

    It means that someone wants a job/is looking for a job.

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