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    #1

    Wink is/has

    What are the differences between these two sentences?

    1. Is Susan working this week?
    2. Has Susan Worked this week?


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    #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by kahhong View Post
    What are the differences between these two sentences?

    1. Is Susan working this week?
    2. Has Susan Worked this week?


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    Kahhong,

    Tell us what you think the differences are. That way we'll be better able to see where you need help.

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    #3

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    the number 1 mean progressive and the 2nd one mean completed action. am i right?

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    #4

    Re: is/has

    #1 can also be future.

    You can be looking at the schedule on Sunday and be thinking about whether Susan will be working any time Monday through Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    #1 can also be future.

    You can be looking at the schedule on Sunday and be thinking about whether Susan will be working any time Monday through Saturday.

    [not a teacher]

    It obviously makes no nevermind.
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    #6

    Cool Re: is/has

    okie. thank alot. how about the #2?


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