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Come into effect | Responsibility vs. concern
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Done and stuff #1 (permalink) Thu Oct 27, 2011 10:07 am   Done and stuff
 

Hi.
Can somebody tell me the difference between these two sentences:
I'm done with doing something and I've done to do something
In which situations we can use either of them.
Please give me some examples of using them.

Thanks.
Sergeyan
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Done and stuff #2 (permalink) Thu Oct 27, 2011 14:39 pm   Done and stuff
 

Sorry. I couldn't find any way to delete my post. Seems like I misplaced my question.
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