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    hasandemirhan

    ı don't know how can ı you being and having. Sometimes ı have seen two words before verb past participle sometimes ı have seen before adjective. What do these words mean and how can ı use these?

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    Re: hasandemirhan

    Quote Originally Posted by hasandemirhan View Post
    ı don't know how can ı you being and having.

    I don't know how to use "being" and "having".

    Sometimes ı have seen two words before verb past participle sometimes ı have seen before adjective.

    Sometimes, I have seen these words before a past participle and sometimes I have seen them before an adjective.

    What do these words mean and how can ı use these?

    What do these words mean and how can I use them?
    First, please see my sentences in red above. I have rewritten your sentences and I have put the most important changes in bold. I'm not sure what character you are using to represent the first person singular but it does not appear on screen as a capital letter "i" which should look like this: I

    There are no simple answers to your question. Both "being" and "having" are used in many ways.

    Please post some example sentences with the words in and we will try to help you understand them.

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