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    taken advantage of

    hi everyone,
    "to feel taken advantage of" or "to feel being taken advantage of", which one is ok?
    I would say both but they would mean something a little bit different, right?

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    Re: taken advantage of

    It depends:
    I feel I was taken advantage of.
    I feel that I am being taken advatage of.
    The 'being' just shows that the exploitation is unfinished.

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