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    #1

    difference between being known and be known

    Hi,
    Can I write the following sentence? It is really nice to hear you and being known I have a friend so far away who have not forgotten. Is this sentence clear and understandable in terms of saying I know I have a friend who does not forget... I really do not know what is the diffrence if I use "being known" or "I am known"
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    Kamil

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    #2

    Re: diffrence between bein<script id=

    Neither being known nor I am known works. Try this: "It is really nice to hear from you and to know I have a friend so far away who has​ not forgotten."
    I am not a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: diffrence between bein<script id=

    I would add "me" after "forgotten" at the end.

    Mikulasek, your thread title is baffling. What does "bein<script id=" mean? What was your title supposed to say?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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