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    have you [verb]

    is this form correct?

    have you finished?

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    Question Re: have you [verb]

    Quote Originally Posted by jayapalchandran View Post
    is this form correct?

    Have you finished?
    Yes, it's correct.

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    Re: have you [verb]

    Present perfect tense
    You have finished. (2nd person singular or plural)
    (here finished is past participle)
    Have you finished?
    You haven't finished.

    Has he/she/it finished. (3rd person singular)

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