Poll: Does the present progressive have a passive form?

Does the present progressive have a passive form?

Yes
No

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  • Comments: 7
  • Added: September 2003

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Comments:

aneta

I think it has as it's formed according to the grammatical rules of the English language. It's also in a way necessary especially if it comes to the precision in meaning as well as differenciation between durative and non durative activities.

Geoff

It's being done.

r

i don't know

bert

I am being eaten!

odrik

i think it has a passive form because the correct form is : present progessive passive . we use is/are being + past participle

InGriD

i think yes

i am a stupid

In my opinion is yes because I think that in every verb tense uses to have or to be

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