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I have already searched some questions such as

"has changed" or "had changed" or "was changed"?

"Has been changed" or "has changed"?

But I am still confused. If there is a sentence like

  1. My wallet is changed.
  2. My wallet changed.

Which one is correct? Can both be correct?

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  • One changed is being used adjectivally, and the other as a regular verb. They mean different things, but are both grammatical. Aug 10, 2020 at 17:31
  • ... Rather, although the examples seem quirky, 'my wallet is changed' may mean 'my wallet is [somehow] different' but can also mean 'my wallet is exchanged', the transformational passive. 'I go to the counter, showing them the broken zip, and without any fuss, my wallet is changed.' Aug 11, 2020 at 14:28

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