In school we were taught "cakes get done" and work gets finished.
not really, because you could say ; her homework is done/ she has to finish her home work. you usually don't interchange them.
Well as the saying goes the works not finished till the cake is done. I am so looking forward to the cake being done.
Not really, in the state of a clear sentance, you have to use only one. Because they are the same meaning behind both of them, you can't use them in the same sentance.
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