Questions tagged with being

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meaning of being
"In honor of mother's day, which is being celebrated today." what is the meaning of 'being' there? i'm new learner, ...
meaning being 0 votes, asked Aug 15 by haris
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Usage of 'being'
While speaking to a busy person shuttling between different time zones, "Good morning, for being in the US or Good ...
being 0 votes, asked Jul 12 by Belladonna
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been being
"This has been being due to the lack of money." Is it correct?
Been being 0 votes, asked Jun 12 by Emma
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She must be disappointed She must be being disappointed Is there difference
being 0 votes, asked May 31 by Emma
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What's the difference between these two?We're way past tired.We're way past being tired.
being 0 votes, asked Apr 23 by Emma
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Grammar and word structure
Moreover being a postgraduate student myself would help me to establish empathy with customers would help me to provide better ...
being +1 vote, asked Jan 19 by Marks Dograsvili
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Being+past participle
I want to know what the function of the being+past participle structure is in the folloqing sentence. The box being ...
being past-participle +1 vote, asked Jan 14 by Thydaphea Sokun
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The use of 'being'
hello, I am in a bit of turmoil and deeply baffled. I am unsure why in the first sentence below ...
bamboozled being +1 vote, asked Dec 01 '15 by uggybigboots
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Being or Been?
I want to tell my friend that i have been waiting for him from years so shuld i write the ...
being +1 vote, asked Jul 04 '15 by Rose
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Being it... OR It being... which one is correct?
There are two similar sentences. Which one is gramatically correct and why? Please tell me the reason of being it ...
grammar it being +3 votes, asked Jun 09 '15 by Suman Banerjee
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Help me about the using of "as" "as being"
Select the correct answer: Question: "She explained the attention of the mind ............ like a monkey that likes to wander ...
being as 0 votes, asked Dec 13 '14 by Emre Yener
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at them being selected or they being selected
This always confuses me. Which is the right form of usage- " I am upset at them being selected for ...
at Them being 0 votes, asked Nov 26 '12 by Rajitha
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