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  1. Unregistered
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    which sentence is correct?

    Everthing is complete
    OR
    Everthing is completed

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    Re: which sentence is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Everthing is complete
    OR
    Everthing is completed
    Everything is completed.Correct.

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    Re: which sentence is correct?

    There is difference between complete and completed.
    Complete is used as an adjective. The building is not complete.
    To be completed: The building is completed (finished)
    The report is completed. Acabado
    The complete report. El informe entero.
    Hope it helps.

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