What is the difference between I have finished and I finished?

What is the difference between I have finished and I finished?

The timing of the two conditions is the same. ‘I have finished’ is present perfect tense. It describes your condition at any point in time after finishing. ‘I finish’ is present simple tense – describing your intended activity some time before finishing.

Has just started or had just started?

Technically, this sentence is also correct. However, because it uses the past perfect (had started), there must be justification for this in the broader context.

Is it completed or completed?

Emphasis is on the state in the present: finished tasks. Simple past tense ‘I completed the tasks’ would put more emphasis on the fact that the action was taken in the past. But For present tense It’s become I “Have” completed my work is correct.

How do you praise someone for good food?

The dish you prepared is delicious.This soup is very tasty.You’re a fantastic cook.Did you make this from scratch?You’ve got to give me the recipe for this chicken dish!The cherry pie is out of this world. “Out of this world” means VERY good, incredible, wonderful.That was delicious. My compliments to the chef!

Can we say very delicious?

It’s incorrect to say “very delicious” although you use it. Some adjectives refer to qualities which are gradable – we can have more or less of them. For example, people can be more or less interesting or old; jobs can be more or less difficult.

How do you say it looks delicious?

look delicious / synonymslooks delicious. phr.look tasty. phr.looks good. phr.looks yummy. phr.look good. phr.looks so good. phr.sounds delicious. phr.looks great. phr.