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    #1

    might have been being=was probably being ?

    We've already discussed in one of the threads. But I want to ask you this. Would these two sentences convey the same meaning?

    "He might have been being questioned by the police when he was taken to the precinct."

    OR

    " He was possibly being questioned by the police when he was taken to the precinct."

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    Re: might have been being=was probably being ?

    Yes

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