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    #1

    living/being

    I wonder if "living/being" is gerund or participle.
    1. So you’re happy living in Baltimore?
    2. I'm happy being single.

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    Re: living/being

    Does it matter?

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    Re: living/being

    Hmm.
    I think it doesn't matter . It can be used as both of them.

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