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Hi ,

I am a little/little confused about the usage of below and how does the meaning differs..Please help me out.

a) I am asked to do it
I have been asked to do it

b) I am informed to do it
I have been informed to do it

I would appreciate your help.

Thanks in advance
Daniel
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englishlearner123 I am a little / little confused about the usage of below and how does the meaning differs..Please help me out.

a) I am asked to do it
I have been asked to do it

b) I am informed to do it
I have been informed to do it
I am asked to do it. =~ People [regularly / habitually / often] ask me to do it.

I have been asked to do it.
=~ Somebody asked me to do it.

The sentences in b) are not really very idiomatic.

CJ
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Hi CJ,

Thanks a lot.

Thanks in advance
Daniel

hello :

i have been asked , what the tense is ?

is past perfect ?

Yes that is past perfect tense but passive voice.
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anonymous Yes that is past? perfect tense but passive voice.

I have been asked is present perfect.
I had been asked is past perfect.

Yes, both are in the passive voice.

CJ

Please tell me passive voice of

I have given money to you

the money is given to you

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"I have been asked" is the present perfect in the passive voice.

"I had been asked" is the past perfect in the passive voice.