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I would like to finalised the document

asked Mar 28 '13 at 08:16 pamodya New member

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I would like to finalise the document. (Present tense.)

 

I have finalised the document. OR

I finalised the document. (Past tense.)

link comment answered Mar 28 '13 at 09:39 Simon Jones Contributor
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i have been playing for three days.

link answered Mar 28 '13 at 15:12 nazeer ahmed New member

That's correct (except that "I" is always capitalised).

Simon JonesMar 28 '13 at 19:08

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I have been playing since three days.

link answered Mar 28 '13 at 15:12 nazeer ahmed New member

Some British people would say this in their dialect but it would not be correct to write it in standard British English. We would say "I have been playing since three days ago." but usually only in the context of "I have only been playing since three days ago." It would still be more usual to say "I have been playing since Tuesday" or "I have only been playing for three days."

Simon JonesMar 28 '13 at 19:12

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