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    Help me in grammar...

    Hi,

    I am using the following sentence to communicate that they have registered for a program.

    "you have been registered for this program"

    Kindly let me know whether the above mentioned sentence is right or do i have to use anything else.

    Regards,
    Snsk

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    Re: Help me in grammar...

    Quote Originally Posted by sns_kumaran View Post
    Hi,

    I am using the following sentence to communicate that they have been registered for a program.


    Kindly let me know whether the above mentioned sentence is right or do i have to use anything else.

    Regards,
    Snsk
    "You (have been)(are) registered for this program."


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    Re: Help me in grammar...

    Hi 2006, thanks for your reply.

    It means, both sentence are correct.

    1) you have been rigistered for this program

    2) you are registered for this program

    Am i right..?

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    Re: Help me in grammar...

    Quote Originally Posted by sns_kumaran View Post
    Hi 2006, thanks for your reply.

    It means, both sentence are correct.

    1) you have been rigistered for this program

    2) you are registered for this program

    Am i right..?
    Yea if you see the difference between "have been" and " are".

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    Re: Help me in grammar...

    Quote Originally Posted by sns_kumaran View Post
    hi 2006, thanks for your reply.

    It means, both sentence are correct. yes

    1) you have been registered for this program
    this sentence emphasizes the (action)(process) of registration.

    2) you are registered for this program
    this sentence emphasizes the result. (that you are now registered)

    am i right..?
    2006

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