Has been or was been?
“Has been” is the Perfect Continuous present tense of “is.” “Has been” means “was and still is,” which is why “has been” is being used and not “had been.” Example of Perfect Continuous present tense: “Was” is the Continuous (or Progressive) past tense of “is.”
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Will not be send or sent?
Senior Member. There is no such thing as “will be send”. Passive always requires Past Participle, so look out for that. The Past Participle of “to send” is “sent”.
Has been sent or had been sent?
It’s probably “the required documents have been sent”. You can say “had been sent” under the correct circumstances, it is in the past perfect tense which is used to describe a past event that happened before some other past event.
Has been completed in a sentence?
I have completed my homework. – is a sentence in the present perfect tense. You don’t say, ‘I have been completed’. You say, ‘My homework has been completed.
Has sent or had send?
Both sentences mean the same thing, that someone sent you texts which made you happy. Using had sent (past perfect), shows that the sender finished sending before the next action: that you were overwhelmed. For my experience, the second sentence is used more, the first sounds too learned.
Has been completed which tense?
The PAST PERFECT TENSE indicates that an action was completed (finished or “perfected”) at some point in the past before something else happened. This tense is formed with the past tense form of “to have” (HAD) plus the past participle of the verb (which can be either regular or irregular in form):
Is finished VS has been finished?
This job/work is finished = Tells the STATE of the job. This job/work is finished = Tells the STATE of the job. This job/work has been finished = Tells somebody (some person) has finished the job.
Has been working since grammar?
‘Is working’ is the present continuous form of a verb which indicates that the action is being performed at the present. ‘Has been working ‘ is the present perfect continuous form of the verb which explains that an action is being performed for some time and is not over.