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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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Hi,

All are OK, except as noted.

When will her exams complete? No.

When will her exams over? No.

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? No.

Which of these are correct? Also tell me if there are any differences between "end", "finish", "over" and "complete" with the above sentences There's not much difference. A lot of this tends to be idiomatic.

We don't use 'complete' as much asd the others in this kind of context.

Best wishes, Clive
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Hi Gary,

my try:

Exams cannot complete anything, they are completed. When will her exams be completed? and her exams will be completed in June are correct. And yes, complete is not used so commonly if you mean that they are finished.
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Thank you very much Clive. Just now I got one doubt.

When will her exams complete? No.

I can write this in assertive form as "My exams will complete in June" so interrogative form is "When will your exams complete"?

Then why is it incorrect?

We don't use 'complete' as much asd the others in this kind of context.


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Hi,

I can write this in assertive form as "My exams will complete in June" No, you can't . This is substandard. You need to say

I will complete my exams in June.

My exams will be completed in June.

so interrogative form is "When will your exams complete"? Then why is it incorrect?

Best wishes, Clive
When will her exam over?

When will her exam over?

Incorrect. Say 'When will her exam be over?'

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Clive Sir,

"When will you complete your examination?". Is this correct?

Thanks

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