Are they correct? or what are differences among these sentenses? it is rusted. it has rusted. it has been rusted.


The phrase 'It is rusted' (or 'rusty') means that something has rust on its surface.

'It has rusted' = it has developed rust on its surface (so the general meaning is much the same).

'It has been rusted' could mean that something was formerly rusty but has since been cleaned.

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