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    has (been) improved greatly

    Since then, my English has improved greatly/ has been improved greatly/ has been improving greatly.

    Do all three verb forms work for the sentence?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: has (been) improved greatly

    I wouldn't use the passive- you could create a context where it works, but in most cases it doesn't do it for me.

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