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Identify the Tenses.

Hi.., This is Vishal.

Could you please, let me know the below line is in which tense and how.

1) --> " Will not be carried forward." ( Can't we write like " Will not be carry forward.") Future Progressive Tense ( Will be + Present Participle ) = Will not be carry...??

2) --> "It has been completed." (Which Tense??).


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Vishal.
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  • medi07medi07 Posts: 20 ✭✭
    2- "It has been completed." = The present perfect tense (have + V-ed) can also indicate an action that is completed or incomplete.
    The house has been painted. (It is finished. "been" indicates passive voice)
    My boss has worked for the company longer than I have. (We still work for the same company.)
    Mrs. Jones has taught first grade ever since I can remember. (She still teaches first grade.)
    The baby has eaten her breakfast. (She finished.)
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