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    soleiljy is offline Junior Member
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    have being ???

    1) Would Muhammad have being arrested today?
    2) Let P(b|a,t) denote the probability of a residue a having being substitued by a residue b over an edge length t.
    3) Jumping songs that have being already played

    Hi,

    Could you help me to understand above sentences? I'd like to know when i can use 'have being' and what situation i can describe via using that form.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: have being ???

    Quote Originally Posted by soleiljy View Post
    1) Would Muhammad have been arrested today?
    2) Let P(b|a,t) denote the probability of a residue having been substituted by a residue b over an edge length t.
    3) Jumping songs that have been already played

    Hi,

    Could you help me to understand above sentences? I'd like to know when i can use 'have being' and what situation i can describe via using that form.

    Thanks in advance!
    "have been" = Present perfect progressive >> Present Perfect Progressive (Present Perfect Continuous) - Glossary Definition - UsingEnglish.com

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