- ‘Open’ is an adjective that means ‘not closed’.
- They left the door wide open.
- Is the shop open in the evening?
- ‘Opened’ is the past tense of the verb ‘open’.
- She opened the door very fast.
- Jim opened his eyes, and saw a big cake on the table.
- We can say ‘is opened’ when it’s done by someone.
- The shop is opened by the owner. (It’s similar to ‘The job is done by the manager’)
- The supermarket is opened at 8 am by the manager.
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- Examples of opening a letter with Hope all is well and …….
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- I’m open or I’m opened?
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