Sorry that is why I asked you the meaning of this formation. I don't know meaning and use of this. Does it mean "You are being persistent" from post 3 Dave. If this is the meaning then still the question remains same. What does it mean? "Persist" means contineous so being a non native speaker I am getting confused. Please exlplain guys.
Well, I thought tufguy was asking about the usage of the infinitive phrase 'to be being' - I didn't think the question was about the present progressive/continuous.
Oh, I am sorry! That was adressed to tufguy, actually. I should have made it known at once. Sorry again. And you are probably right but, without the context, it is still unclear what the question is about.