Did or done

When we talk in English, then we use some words like did or done but some people do not know the differences between these words. Especially, some foreign students who are learning English, they may become confuse. The word “DO” is a present form and “DID” is past form and “Done” is past participle what you can use in the present perfect and past perfect place. If you say I did it, then the sentence is correct and meaning is also correct but if you say “I done this”, then the sentence form incorrectly and it has no any meaning. The correct sentences are “I have done this” or “I had done this”.
You will use the word “DID” for the position of past of word “DO”. The word “Done” will be used usually together with have, has or had in a sentence. Without using any of the words from have, has or had, you cannot form a correct sentence with the word “Done”. Such as “he has done this” but when you will form it question, then you will use past participle form of Do like “Has he done this? ” But when you make question of the sentence “he did it”, then you will use present form of the word DID “Does he do it?”

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