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Govind Bankani
No English dictionary has been able to explain the difference between the two words 'complete' and 'finished' in a way that's so easy to understand:…………

Some people say there is no difference between COMPLETE & FINISHED but there is:

When you marry the right one, you are COMPLETE....

And when you marry the wrong one, you are FINISHED.....

And when the right one catches you with the wrong one, you are...COMPLETELY FINISHED !!! :-)

Govind- London, England
Olga Podolyaka
wow! It's a really nice explanation=)
Darya Zhelezko
Nurzhas Nurpeissov
you should better explain the difference between "The task has been completed" and "The task has been finished"...)))
Viktoria Skazko
Nurzhas Nurpeissov

will you try to explain it?
Govind Bankani
But i like the first one!
Ksenia Mikhaylova
To my mind,if the task has been completed,it means, that you have done it up to the end,it have been checked and have got any result-positive or negative-no matter,but saying"The task has been finished", you suppose to announce, that you have just done it without any check.
Yuwono Yekti ii
i agree with you
Angelina Reutskova
This task will complated becase they very smoll
Govind Bankani
Nurzhas Nurpeissov
what language was that? )))
Govind Bankani
Nurzhas Nurpeissov
yours is ok. I meant Angelina's...)
Olga Podolyaka
broken English lol

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