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    be + verbs

    some time I found BE+ verb with ing

    and be+verd in past participle


    does anyone explaine it with example?


    thanks in advance

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    Re: be + verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by diplomacy View Post
    some time I found BE+ verb with ing

    and be+verd in past participle


    does anyone explaine it with example?


    thanks in advance
    Is this you are looking for? :

    I will be doing my homework at this time tomorrow. - future continuous tense.

    ENGLISH PAGE - Future Continuous

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    Re: be + verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Teia View Post
    Is this you are looking for? :

    I will be doing my homework at this time tomorrow. - future continuous tense.

    ENGLISH PAGE - Future Continuous

    many thanks what about be+verb in past participle

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    Re: be + verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by diplomacy View Post
    many thanks what about be+verb in past participle
    You are welcome!

    Be + verb in the 3rd form can be used in passive voice:

    It will be done tomorrow. - future passive

    That piece of work will be finished next year.

    His problem is about to be solved.

    If I find out some other use of the construction be + 3rd form of the verb, I`ll let you know.
    Last edited by Teia; 17-Nov-2007 at 23:11.

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