- Are you done with your exams meaning?
- Can we say Im finished?
- What is correct sentence?
- Did you complete or completed?
- When you are finished meaning?
- What does I’m finished mean?
- What is difference between done and completed?
- Is I’m done proper English?
- What to say to someone after they finish eating?
- Are you finished eating?
- Are you finished or are you done meaning?
- Is it done or finished?
- Are you finished or have you finished?
- Are you done or are you through?
- Are you done eating your lunch?
- Did you eat your lunch?
- Is to be done or has to be done?
Are you done with your exams meaning?
You can say “Are you done with the exam?” which usually means whether you’ve completed it in the recent past..
Can we say Im finished?
“I am finished.” Here ‘finished’ is an adjective. “I have finished.” Here ‘finished’ is the past participle form of the verb ‘finish’. Former one explains the state of being finished.
What is correct sentence?
In order for a sentence to be grammatically correct, the subject and verb must both be singular or plural. In other words, the subject and verb must agree with one another in their tense. If the subject is in plural form, the verb should also be in plur al form (and vice versa).
Did you complete or completed?
In the context, they both are quite similar in meaning. However, the adjective “complete” refers to a state of completeness, whereas passive form of the verb “to complete” suggests a finished action/process. Since the state of the task is a finished/completed process, I would, too, use “completed”.
When you are finished meaning?
adjective [verb-link ADJECTIVE with noun] Someone who is finished with something is no longer doing it or dealing with it or is no longer interested in it. One suspects he will be finished with boxing. 2. adjective [verb-link ADJECTIVE]
What does I’m finished mean?
I have completedI’m finished means ” I have completed (whatever I am working on) . For example ” I finished work” means ” I completed work. ” I’m finished” means ” I AM finished”. So another way of saying ” I finished work” would be ” I am finished with work”. But if you say ” I am finished the work” it is grammatically incorrect.
What is difference between done and completed?
When used as adjectives, completed means finished, whereas done means ready, fully cooked.
Is I’m done proper English?
While both I’m done and I’m finished are correct, common, and generally accepted, I’m done is by far the more popular choice. Some grammar sticklers might argue that the best construction is I have finished, but this sounds a bit formal and stuffy in my opinion.
What to say to someone after they finish eating?
‘Bon appetit’ is one of the many French phrases adopted by the English language. Using this phrase is a very popular way of telling someone to enjoy their meal. And you can also use it if you’re a guest.
Are you finished eating?
“Are you finished eating” is correct “Have you finished eating” is also correct and they are mostly interchangeable. “Do you finished eating” is not correct. To say the finishing is occurring now, one must use “is.” Example: “He is finishing eating now.” or “Are you finishing eating now?”
Are you finished or are you done meaning?
“Are you done?”, on the other hand, actually means “have you finished?”. That is, you are asking if the person completed the action started in the past (even though such action may also have implications to the present). “Are you done” is used when asking a person if he or she has finished doing something.
Is it done or finished?
In 1965 Bernstein wrote, “The word ‘done’ should not be used in writing to mean finished or completed. It is proper to say ‘the roast is done,’ but this does not mean it is finished; it means the roast is sufficiently cooked.”
Are you finished or have you finished?
‘ uses the past participle ‘finished’ as though it were an adjective. So in a similar vein, we can say: Have you finished at work? or Are you finished at work? Both questions are grammatically correct and acceptable in any situation.
Are you done or are you through?
“I’m done” is more related to completing a task while “I’m through” is more related to overcoming a situation or maybe a series of tasks. example: when you have gone “through” hardships, you ARE through.. not done. If you were going through hardships but decided to quit, you are not through.. you are done.
Are you done eating your lunch?
-Did you eat your lunch? Both are correct. Have you eaten your lunch? is more common when the intent is to have lunch together at 3 if he hasn’t eaten his lunch yet. That’s because “Have you eaten?” is more likely to be used when you are currently in a situation that may change depending on the answer.
Did you eat your lunch?
1) “Have you had lunch?” is preferred. The phrasing suggests that you’re asking something about how the person currently is, specifically whether he is hungry. If you were asking about events from a week ago, then “did you have your lunch?” would be equally as good as “had you eaten/had your lunch?”
Is to be done or has to be done?
The correct version is, “It has to be done today.” Here’s why: The subject of the sentence, “It,” is singular—it represents only one thing. A singular noun or subject should always match up with “has.” For example, “The girl has completed her homework.”