Usage of HAVE BEEN with Verb 3

by Prema

Please explain the difference between these two sentences:

1) "I have been completed the work."

2) "I have completed the work."

Ola's asnwer:

The first one is incorrect. The structure is of a passive sentence, yet your sentence is active.

The second sentence is correct. It means that you finished the work before the present (present perfect).

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