Which is correct:
"you've finalized all" or "you've finalize all"?

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you've finalized all

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

This phrase is used to indicate that all the necessary steps have been completed or all the decisions have been made. 'Finalized' is the past participle form of the verb 'finalize' and is used with the auxiliary verb 'have.'

Examples:

  • You've finalized all the details for the project.
  • Have you finalized all the arrangements for the event?
  • After you've finalized all the paperwork, we can proceed.
  • I'm glad you've finalized all the changes.
  • They've finalized all the plans for the trip.

you've finalize all

This phrase is incorrect in English.


Alternatives:

  • you've finalized all
  • you've completed all
  • you've finished all
  • you've wrapped up all
  • you've concluded all
The correct phrase is 'you've finalized all.' The verb 'finalize' needs to be in the past participle form 'finalized' when used with the auxiliary verb 'have.' 'You've finalize all' is incorrect due to the lack of the past participle form of the verb.

Last updated: March 28, 2024

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