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    I'm (being) taken advantage of


    Let us say that one of my friends wants me to lend my car to him. But I do not want to give it.

    "I feel like I'm (being) taken of."

    Should I put "being" or not?


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    Re: I'm (being) taken advantage of

    Yes. You should also add 'advantage'.

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