Should I say “Your order is now complete” or “Your order is now completed”?
What is better, "complete" or "completed"?
I want to know which sounds the most encouraging. Which of these two promotes more of an elation or satisfaction of accomplishment.
Personally I'm leaning towards "completed" as the "d" suffix bring a more substantial and abrupt ending, which to me more clearly signifies the significance of the accomplished item.