“Are BE used” or “Are BEEN used”?
Hi! I'm very confuse. Can you tell me which sentence is correct?
"Many and much are be used as adjectives."
"Many and much are been used as adjectives."
If you are referring to a previous discussion on here about these two words and the difference between their meaning, refer back to that page and reread the answers. Quick note many and much are for the most part are adverbs but used under specific situations with other subject matter could be other parts of speech, which is frequently true, unfortunately, for many words. Also to help you in the future, you say above "I'm very confuse." That should be "I'm very confused."
Regarding your question. Many and much are being used as adjectivites, or Many and much have been used as adjectivites. Each of these as I have stated them are correct under the right circumstances. The only way the word be would be used is if the speaker were giving a directive like many and much are to be used as adjectivites.
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