Has been or have been examples?

We would use have been when the sentence subject is I, you, we, or the third person plural (the children have been studying grammar all morning; they have been studying all morning). If the sentence subject is a third-person singular noun (he, she, it, Courtney), we would use the phrase has been.

When to use have been or has been?

“Had been” is used to mean that something happened in the past and has already ended. “Have been” and “has been” are used to mean that something began in the past and has lasted into the present time.

Had been or have been examples?

Difference between ‘Have been’ – ‘Had been’

We use ‘had been’ when you describe something that happened in the past before something else in the past. Also an action that had happened in the past and does not reflect any continuation to the present time. Example: By 500 AD, the Roman Empire had been defeated.

Have been or has been meaning?

“Has been” and “Have been” are present perfect continuous used to indicate that an action that started in the indefinite past has come to completion, or is still in progress, at the present. They are used in both the active and passive voice sentences.

Has been meaning with example?

has-been | American Dictionary

a person who was famous, important, admired, or good at something in the past, but is no longer any of these: She’s a has-been TV star.

What is the sentence of has been?

Nothing has been the same. The house has been unbearably lonely without you. Nothing has been going on that you wouldn’t be welcome to watch.

Has been or have been completed?

The work has been completed or the work is completed-which is the correct form. As far as I am concerned when you mention a particular time second one is correct and there is no time mentioned first one is correct. Both are ‘correct’. The first indicates the finished action; the second indicates the present condition.

What has been synonym?

What is another word for has been?
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Has already been meaning?

The present perfect tense is formed with a present tense form of “to have” plus the past participle of the verb, which in this case, being passive voice, is both “been” and “received.” This tense indicates either that an action was completed (finished or “perfected”) at some point in the past or that the action extends

Has finished or has been finished?

“Has been finished” implies the work has been already completed, earlier. There is a time gap between the completed work and the present time. “Is finished” doesn’t imply any time gap. It means the work had been completed just then, not some time ago.

What is the meaning of have been?

noun. : something that might have happened.

Has already been or has been already?

Both are correct. However, more correctly, the present perfect continuous tense ends in a participle: “He has been practicing already for three hours.” Alternatively, we can say, “He has already been practicing for three hours.” The last usage is the most natural in English.

Was completed VS had been completed?

We use ‘Was completed’ when we talk about an incident which happened a time long ago or referring some incidents without exactly mentioning the time of its occurrence. On other hand, we use ‘had been completed’ to explain something which happened few days ago or in one term recently.

Has to be done or have to be done?

The correct version is, “It has to be done today.” Here’s why: 1. The subject of the sentence, “It,” is singular—it represents only one thing. A singular noun or subject should always match up with “has.” For example, “The girl has completed her homework.”

What tense is has finished?

Perfect tenses
present perfect
Ihave finished
youhave finished
he, she, ithas finished
wehave finished

Has been done meaning?

“Has been done” is a present perfect passive tense, which should be used for an action that happened at an unspecified time in the past. You should not use this tense when the time is specified. Use the simple past passive “was done” instead. Bad Example: The well has been completed last week and brought on production.

What is the meaning of have not been?

In the first case, “I have not been” is simply the negative form of “I have been”, so this is saying/asking whether somebody has been cleaning the house or not. In answer to your question, this is the more correct form, in general.

Are have been?

The auxiliary verb ‘are’ is used as the plural form of the auxiliary verb ‘is’, and it is used in the present continuous tense. On the other hand, the form ‘have been’ is used as the preset perfect continuous form of any given verb. This is the main difference between the two words.

Has been V3 grammar?

When We have to talk about an object or give importance to an object in our conversation then those sentences which contain has/have +been+V3 are used. (1) I have completed My home work. The above sentence is active voice in which subject (I) has done the work. The home work has been done by me.

Has been done sentence?

This has been done before and is perfectly proper. This has been done only twice since 1945. This has been done before to great criticism. “This has been done without concern for budget,” he says.

Has been done example?

“Has been done” is the construction we use when we create the passive voice of a sentence with “has done.” The object becomes the subject. “Tommy has done his homework.” “The homework has been done by Tommy.”

Has been ing meaning?

When used with have/has, it means that the speaker started the event in the past, but it continues to the present. I have been walking my dog for a while. So “has been +ing” is the present perfect progressive tense and is in the active voice.