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    is/has

    Hi teacher,

    I have heard people ask:

    1) Is he gone for the day?

    2) Has he gone for the day?

    Which one is correct? Can you please give examples of using Is/Has.

    Thanks a lot.

    Danix


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    Re: is/has

    Both are correct. There is no fundamental semantic difference between them.

    Is the film finished now?
    Has the film finished now?

    Is she finished with that book?
    Has she finished with that book?

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