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'I am finished with the website' is analysable in more than one way. But it is not a passive construction. 'I' is the agent (or perhaps 'abstainer' is more appropriate). I'd go with an obsolescent form of the present perfect; I don't think anyone would claim that 'come' is an adjective in

I am come in sorrow. (Lord Jim, Conrad)

This has been argued over before herehere and at wordreference (and doubtless in other places).

'I am finished with the website' is analysable in more than one way. But it is not a passive construction. 'I' is the agent (or perhaps 'abstainer' is more appropriate). I'd go with an obsolescent form of the present perfect; I don't think anyone would claim that 'come' is an adjective in

I am come in sorrow. (Lord Jim, Conrad)

This has been argued over before here and at wordreference (and doubtless in other places).

'I am finished with the website' is analysable in more than one way. But it is not a passive construction. 'I' is the agent (or perhaps 'abstainer' is more appropriate). I'd go with an obsolescent form of the present perfect; I don't think anyone would claim that 'come' is an adjective in

I am come in sorrow. (Lord Jim, Conrad)

This has been argued over before here and at wordreference (and doubtless in other places).

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'I am finished with the website' is analysable in more than one way. But it is not a passive construction. 'I' is the agent (or perhaps 'abstainer' is more appropriate). I'd go with an obsolescent form of the present perfect; I don't think anyone would claim that 'come' is an adjective in

I am come in sorrow. (Lord Jim, Conrad)

This has been argued over before here and at wordreference (and doubtless in other places).

'I am finished with the website' is analysable in more than one way. But it is not a passive construction. 'I' is the agent. I'd go with an obsolescent form of the present perfect; I don't think anyone would claim that 'come' is an adjective in

I am come in sorrow. (Lord Jim, Conrad)

This has been argued over before here and at wordreference (and doubtless in other places).

'I am finished with the website' is analysable in more than one way. But it is not a passive construction. 'I' is the agent (or perhaps 'abstainer' is more appropriate). I'd go with an obsolescent form of the present perfect; I don't think anyone would claim that 'come' is an adjective in

I am come in sorrow. (Lord Jim, Conrad)

This has been argued over before here and at wordreference (and doubtless in other places).

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'I am finished with the website' is analysable in more than one way. But it is not a passive construction. 'I' is the agent. I'd go with an obsolescent form of the present perfect; I don't think anyone would claim that 'come' is an adjective in

I am come in sorrow. (Lord Jim, Conrad)

This has been argued over before here and at wordreference (and doubtless in other places).