Interested in Language
Is there a difference between these two words here:
War has been existing forever.
War has been existed forever.
As far as I know we use the "past version" to make a passive sentence.
I have been hunting. -> I'm the hunter (active).
I have been hunted. -> I'm the prey (passive).
I don't think that logic applies to the word "exist".
What is your opinion?
Not a teacher.
"Has been existed" is not grammatical.
"War has existed forever." or "War has always existed" are more natural expressions.