Verbs

Verbs are words that describe an action or talk about something that happens. They take many different forms depending on their subjects, the time they refer to and other ideas we want to express.

Verbs are words that describe an action or talk about something that happens. They take many different forms depending on their subjects, the time they refer to and other ideas we want to express.

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emidepegaso 提交于 周四, 07/07/2022 - 22:43

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Chapters :V

Nagie23 提交于 周六, 18/06/2022 - 03:01

永久连接

Hello,
I would like to ask the following
When we want to know if someone has finished his breakfast /meal (the question is made by a waitress)
Which one is correct
1.Have you finished your breakfast /meal?
Or
2.Are you finished your meal?
What is the meaning of Are you finished? Is it polite?
Thank you in advance

Hello Nagie23,

The first one is correct (with 'have'). The second version is not grammatical.

 

You can say 'Are you finished?' (without an object after it) and it can be polite if it is said in an appropriate tone. However, it could be ambiguous as it could refer to other things than a meal. 'Have you finished your meal?' is the best option, I think.

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Nagie23 提交于 周三, 01/06/2022 - 06:01

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Hi,
I would like to ask you if the following is correct
-Have you already booked a room?
And if so(if it is correct) it means if you have booked a room in a hotel /flat etc?
Thank you in advance