Would you please advise me which sentence is correct: -
1. The works is completed. or
2. The works are completed.
Well, I tell you what.
If you mean "job" for the "work", it is uncountable without "s".
Whereas, if you mean the following meanings, as quoted from Longman Dict., then it is an uncountable plural noun.
Works: activities involved in building or repairing things such as roads, bridges etc
engineering works/irrigation works/roadworks the official in charge of the engineering works
ￚsee also public works
b) a building or group of buildings in which goods are produced in large quantities or an industrial process happens
ironworks/gasworks/cement works The brick works closed last year.
However, mind you, it is countable in the following sense.
[countable] something such as a painting, play, piece of music etc that is produced by a painter, writer, or musician
the Collected Works of Shakespeare It is another accomplished work by the artist.
ￚsee also work of art
Therefore, the answer is:...Please do it yourself. Hee, hee.
(Not a NET)