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    To be + verb+ing/verb3 or Being + past form of the verb

    Where do we use "to be + verb+ing/verb3" or "being + past form of the verb" ? Like "to be enjoying" ,"to be enjoyed" ,"being enjoyed"?

    Can u explain with some samples ?

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    Re: To be + verb+ing/verb3 or Being + past form of the verb

    Get to this site whenever you want examples: Online corpora: 100-360 million words each
    It's worth taking the time to get to know. I have enclosed a couple of screenshots with loads of examples.
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