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Hi Teachers,

I have 2 sentences below. I am not sure which one is correct..

(1) This word has changed from abc to abcd. (Does this mean that it has just modified a moment ago)

(2) This word has been changed from abc to abcd.

(When would you use the 2nd one?, Does this make sense? I think I hear ppl say it too)

Also:

(3) Two men have arrested by the police.

(4) Two men have been arrested by the police

Please help , I am so confused. Please explain the (2) and the (4) one. When would you use it? and how to use it?
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well folks are not saying right.

your sentences 2 and 4 are correct. as these two are passive voice. 1 and 3 are totally incorrect. In case of first example only 2 is right and suitable form to explain the matter but in case of 2nd example sentence 3 could be right if you say Police has arrested two men or say as you said in sentence 4.
I have confuse at same thing. What's the correct sentrance
1- few change has been done on HR forms.
2- HR forms has been changed.

Please Help me.
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Nothing has changed, it remains same or nothing has been chamged, it remains same..which one is correct??
Anonymous1- few change has been done on HR forms.2- HR forms has been changed.
A few changes have been made on the HR forms.
The HR forms have been changed.
Nothing has changed; it remains the same.
Nothing has been changed; it remains the same.
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phone number has been changed

anonymous

phone number has been changed

The sentence has at least 3 errors.

2 & 4 are correct. 1&3 are grammatically not acceptable or correct.
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WHAT ABOUT 'IS CHANGED' VS 'HAS CHANGED' AS IN 1. NOTHING IS CHANGED

2. NOTHING HAS CHANGED

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