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    #1

    Error analysis

    I am not believing you.


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    Re: Error analysis

    i am not believing you.( I dont bilieve you?) these is correct

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    Re: Error analysis

    "Believe" is one of several stative (non-action/dynamic ) verbs that, in general, should not use the present continuous/progressive verb form (am, is, are, was, were + [primary verb]_ing). Therefore, "I don't believe you" is correct.

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