I have being tolerant to you or I have been tolerant to you...
Which one is correct?
Thank you so much.
david chamorro morales
Re: An Inquiry
If you are using the helping verb "to have", it's most likely that you are trying to form a sentence using the present perfect. The present perfect is constructed using the present tense of "to have", plus the past participle of the verb you're interested in.
That's enough information for you to get the answer. All you have to do is work out whether the past participle of "to be" is "being" or "been".
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