Difference between OVER and FINISHED

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Difference Between Over Finish Finished

[Tweet “OVER is an adjective that means ‘no longer is progress’. Use it with the verb ‘to be’”]

OVER is an adjective that means ‘no longer is progress’. Use it with the verb ‘to be’:

  • The film is over.
  • Their marriage was over when Kate found out that Tom was having an affair.
  • Can’t you stay? The party’s not over yet.

 

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[Tweet “FINISH is a verb that means ‘stop doing something’”]

FINISH is a verb that means ‘stop doing something’:

  • Have you finished cleaning?
  • I finished work at five.
  • You’ll never finish your homework if you keep watching Youtube videos.

 

[Tweet “FINISHED may be used as an adjective that means ‘completed’ or ‘destroyed’”]

FINISHED may be used as an adjective that means ‘completed’ or ‘destroyed’:

  • Are you still writing your novel?
  • No, it’s finished. (completed)
  • If we don’t get the loan, we’re finished. (destroyed)

 

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