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    Correct Phrase

    I was wondering if the following is correct:
    "Are you done eating"?

    Thanks, Hakon


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    Re: Correct Phrase

    I was wondering if the following is correct:
    "Are you done eating"?
    Absolutely. It means the same as Are you finished eating?

    Greg


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    Re: Correct Phrase

    Are you done eating? Absolutely. It means the same as Are you finished eating?
    Absolutely Amer. Eng.
    Otherwise, Brit. Eng.:
    "Have you finished eating?"

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