What does it mean to be cosmic?

What does it mean to be cosmic?

1a : of or relating to the cosmos, the extraterrestrial vastness, or the universe in contrast to the earth alone cosmic radiation. b : of, relating to, or concerned with abstract spiritual or metaphysical (see metaphysical sense 2) ideas cosmic wisdom.

Who has or who have correct?

When the noun in in the main clause is singular, “who has” is used, when the noun is plural “who have” is used. “I know a man who has three sons who have blue eyes.”

Have been Vs are?

The auxiliary verb ‘are’ is used as the plural form of the auxiliary verb ‘is’, and it is used in the present continuous tense. On the other hand, the form ‘have been’ is used as the preset perfect continuous form of any given verb. This is the main difference between the two words.

Have been or are now?

What I mean is: The verb “have been” indicates present activity that the adverb merely emphasizes. There’s no difference, “now” acts as adverb here and you can flexibly put adverb in a sentence.

Had now meaning?

Why are they using “had now” ,had is past perfect and now is following it . now (adverb) is used in statements which specify the length of time up to the present or past situation that something has/had lasted; I would say that the word now has something to do with emphasis.

Are completed or have been completed?

The requested modifications are completed. are refers to the current state, but completed is past tense. I won’t say people don’t write it this way, but it would be better to write: The requested modifications are complete.

What is the meaning of I have completed?

As far as I understand meaning of Past Perfect tense, I think it makes sense when you have some more information in the sentence about something that happened later, example: I had completed all the tasks before John came back. (John came back in the past, but I had completed the tasks earlier)

Is being completed meaning?

To exist; to have real existence. More new floor space is being completed than in Shanghai.

Has work been completed?

The work has been completed or the work is completed-which is the correct form. As far as I am concerned when you mention a particular time second one is correct and there is no time mentioned first one is correct. Both are ‘correct’. The first indicates the finished action; the second indicates the present condition.

What’s a word for feeling complete?

total, absolute, consummate, outright, perfect, thorough, thoroughgoing, utter. finished, accomplished, achieved, concluded, ended. entire, all, faultless, full, intact, plenary, unbroken, whole.