Is there a different way to say "I am done" to mean that I completed a task? I am trying to avoid misunderstandings with somebody who doesn't speak English.

  • I always thought that "I'm done" means smth like "I'm totally exhausted"
    – user11228
    Commented Jul 24, 2011 at 14:49

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I have finished or I am finished


If you wish to put the emphasis on the task, you could try "the task is finished" or "the task is completed."

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