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When will her exams complete?

When will her exams over?

When will her exams end?

When will her exams finish?

Are your exams over?

Are your exams ended?

Are your exams finished?

Are your exams completed?

When will her exams be completed?

When will her exams be over?

When will her exams be finished?

When will her exams be ended?

Which of these are correct? Also tell me if there are any differences between "end", "finish", "over" and "complete" with the above sentences
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That's correct grammar, but natural English is eg When will you finish your exam?

Clive

A couple of comments on the sentence.

An exam is a designed process, an event if you will which can not complete itself. So to convey the idea, we can't either use the active voice " When will you be done / finished with your exam?". Or simply " When will the exam be over?"

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