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I have just completed study/studied.
Hello, Which one should i use? study or studied?
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"I have completed my study."
Why not studied?
In short, studied can be a verb or a participle, but never a noun, which is what is required here in your example sentence, ...my study or my studies.
First of all, study is the only word that is applicable here. You want the noun form of the word study which is the object of the sentence. Studied is either a past participle or past tense of the verb study. You already have a verb in this sentence, complete in the past tense.
I have just completed study.
This is wrong because it is an incomplete thought. The reader of this sentence wonders "study of what??"
A complete sentence would be something like
I have just completed my study of the fall of the Roman empire.
Now you have a complete thought.