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    I'm finished? I've finished?

    "I'm finished?" or "I've finished?"
    Which of these is preferable to express that I have got something done/ accomplished?
    Or does it have something to do with imformal and formal expression?


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    Re: I'm finished? I've finished?

    The answer to your title question is

    I've finished. Both "I'am finished" AND "I've finished" carries different meaning altogether.

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    Re: I'm finished? I've finished?

    Quote Originally Posted by Baburaj.K View Post
    The answer to your title question is

    I've finished. Both "I'am finished" AND "I've finished" carries different meaning altogether.
    Could you explain what the two altogether different meanings are, in Orz's context.

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