- Did you eat your lunch?
- Are you finished or did you finish?
- Can we say Im finished?
- When it’s done meaning?
- What is the meaning of I am done?
- Did you complete or completed?
- Are you finished or are you done meaning?
- What does it mean to say done and done?
- How do you say I am done for the day?
- How do you say I am done?
- What’s another word for Done?
- Are you finished is correct?
- Is it correct to say I am done?
- When you are done or when you are finished?
- Are done or were done?
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?”.
Are you finished or did you finish?
Did you finish? is just past. You’re asking about an activity that happened before but not necessarily has relevance to the present. Have you finished? is just asking for the state of the action that has just completed or you at least it expect it to be soon.
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.
When it’s done meaning?
It is done or It’s done is used to refer to a work/job/process/task which is completed recently but it doesn’t tell anything about the time when it was done.
What is the meaning of I am done?
1- I am done or I am through. It means I have finished doing or using something. 2- He is through or done with his homework. 3- Are you done or through with my pen?
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”.
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.
What does it mean to say done and done?
Hence “done and done” meant that a binding agreement had been mutually accepted. A half century after Edgeworth’s book, the expression seems to have become established, as well as crossed the Atlantic.
How do you say I am done for the day?
Different ways to say you are leaving work for the day [closed]I am leaving now.I will make a move now.I am leaving for the day.
How do you say I am done?
Here are a few possibilities:I’ve completed it. … I got it done. … It’s over. / It’s complete. … That’s it for me. / That’s all for me. … I’m out.
What’s another word for Done?
Done Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus….What is another word for done?finishedcompletedconsummatedexecutedoverthroughfinalisedUKfinalizedUSfulfilledachieved76 more rows
Are you finished is correct?
Have you finished at work? or Are you finished at work? Both questions are grammatically correct and acceptable in any situation. Some native speakers would tell you that they see no difference between the two question forms. But others might say that they perceive a slight nuance of difference between them.
Is it correct to say I am done?
Using ‘Done’ and ‘Finished’ There is no rule against using done to mean finished. Upon the completion of a meal for example, you are allowed to say “I’m done” or “I’m finished.” However, some incorrectly continue to attest to the outdated adage “people are finished, food is done.”
When you are done or when you are finished?
So to conclude; “When you are finished” is the best version, though Americans will also use the other two phrases interchangeably. Cakes are done, people are finished. But the correct forms are “when you have finished” and “when you are through”.
Are done or were done?
If it has recently been done, “it is done” is correct. For example, I have just now finished my homework. It is done. But if significant time has passed (i.e., before “just now”), then It was done (last night, for example) is correct.