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    Clarify my doubts

    Hi All,

    Could anyone guide me where to use "has been" and "have been", Could u please tell me what is meaning of "to make both ends meet"

    Thanks

    Guru

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    Re: Clarify my doubts

    [quote=gradha.83;314736]Hi All,

    Could anyone guide me where to use "has been" and "have been", Could u please tell me what is meaning of "to make both ends meet"

    Thanks

    Guru[/quote

    I/You/They/plural(present tense)-Have been..

    Third person singular-He/She/Singular (Present tense)-Has been
    .
    Have been/has been-both used in passive.

    The prices have gone up.With my income, I find it is very difficult to

    make both both ends meet.

    'Make both ends meet'-To have enough money to pay for your basic expenses.
    Regards,
    rj1948.

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