Not yet complete or not yet completed.

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Kamshing

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1) Not yet complete.
2) Not yet completed.

Dear teachers, please teach me which sentence is correct.

The first one is present tense.
The second one is past tense.

Are these sentences all correct?

Thank you.

Kamshing
 

Rover_KE

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They are not sentences; they're phrases.

They could both (not 'all') be correct depending on the context.
 

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Try to use them in some complete sentences for us and we can comment more.
 
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