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Difference between he is gone and he has gone, I have to go and I am to go.

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Difference between he is gone and he has gone, I have to go and I am to go.

Post by Admin on Thu Dec 29 2011, 21:59

1) he is gone The verb here is 'is'. 'Gone' is used here as an adjective. It's like saying 'he is tall' or 'he is finished'.
he has gone. 'has gone' is a verb form, the present perfect. The sentence means that sometime in the past, he went, so now he's not here.
2) I have to go It's necessary for me to go. It may be because I want to, or for some reason outside me.
I am to go It's necessary for me to go. The reason is from outside me, probably because someone else is telling me it is necessary.

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