Did you finish or have you finished?

Did you finish or have you finished?

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.

Have you finished meaning?

“Have you finished” refers to an action when someone is being asked if they have completed a task they’re given. Example: “Have you finished the classwork I’ve given to you”? “Are you finished” sounds more figurative, like an action when someone is being asked if they are completely exhausted or drained out.

Have you finished your work meaning?

I finished the work: This sentence simply means that you completed the work, whatever it may have been.

When you are finished meaning?

We have finished indicates that a task is complete. We have no more to do. We are finished is often used to convey a feeling such as we are doomed or we have lost. There is nothing more that we are able to do.

How do you use finished?

Finished sentence example

  1. Night came on before he had finished it.
  2. They finished the snack in silence.
  3. Inside of the great kitchen, beside the fire, the men were shouting and laughing; for the blacksmith had finished his song, and it was very pleasing.
  4. When she finished it she was overjoyed.

Is I am finished correct?

In ‘I have finished’ the verb is the present perfect tense of the verb ‘to finish,’ and it means that I very recently completed some task. In ‘I am finished’ the only active verb is ‘am,’ and ‘finished’ is a past participle acting as an adjective.

Is Finished correct grammar?

The correct form is the past participle “finished”. The past participle (“finished”) here either functions as an adjective that modifies the noun “action” in this sentence or it is part of the verb. The former feels right to me, but either way, “finished” is correct.

Are you finished at work?

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.

Can I say Im finished?

Note: Here there is no preposition before the object. You should probably not say “I am finished” in most situations as this implies that your life is at an end. It is the “I” that is finished – i.e. close to death or some sort of catastrophic failure.

What to do when you finished your work?

Here are some suggestions for how to keep your speedy workers occupied while their classmates finish their assignments.

  1. Check your work for errors. Can I make it better?
  2. Read a book.
  3. Write in your journal.
  4. Write a story.
  5. Help someone else.
  6. Tidy up your desk/table.
  7. Tidy up the class room.
  8. Catch up on some home work.

Are you finished or are you done meaning?

Done means “No longer happening or existing”, while finished means “brought to an end; completed”. Done works for a continual, repeated or lengthy task, one that is often unnamed or generic – such as “work”. Finished typically refers to a single task that is usually defined.