# Usage of 用意 with different conjugations of 出来る

Is there a difference in meaning between the following two sentences?

Which one is more appropriate when announcing to your family that lunch is ready?

See these questions if you're not sure why 出来ています means such a thing:

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The first time, a person says: 昼食の用意が出来ました。

5 minutes later, he/she may say this: 昼食の用意が出来ています。-- ( to mean that [it has been ready] -- so it can be sarcastic, nagging, etc.)

When is Vている the continuation of action and when is it the continuation of state?
( "Last night, when I asked my wife to send an email to me, she said もう送っている ... " )
When she said, もう送っている (it's been sent already) -- it can be (or can have small elements of being) sarcastic, nagging, etc.

1. present perfect　　 -- it has been ready.
2. general condition, habit

For 「昨日 寝てない」 there are a few different possible interpretations.

1. present perfect　　 「昨日から 寝てない」

2. general condition, habit　　 「最近 よく寝てない」

3. (past perfect?) or Experience

3a. 　Preparation, e.g. for a test. 　　--------------- 　　See: Meaning of 寝てない