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    finish

    Hi teachers,

    which one is correct?

    When the process is finished,we move the rack from the device
    When the process has finished,we move the rack from the device
    When the process finishs, we move the rack from the device

    which one to use when writing a report?
    I'd say the second one.

    please help.

    thanks


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    Re: finish

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi teachers,

    which one is correct?

    When the process is finished,we move the rack from the device
    When the process has finished,we move the rack from the device
    When the process finishs, we move the rack from the device

    which one to use when writing a report?
    I'd say the second one.

    please help.

    thanks
    I agree.

    Remove might be a better verb than move as it expresses a stronger sense of something being taken out of somthing (the device); Move, on the other hand, offers a more general sense of something travelling from one place to another.

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