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    Question Being word introduction

    Hi dear teachers!
    1. What do you mean by the term "being word"?
    2. Where do we use them?
    3. What are the characteristics/ distinguishing features of "being word"?
    4. Where can I get the detailed information about that, any site?
    Best regards!
    Dawood

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    Re: Being word introduction

    Hi dawoodusmani

    Here is a start. Check this out Learning English | BBC World Service. Scroll down to where it says Being in Participle Clauses.


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    Re: Being word introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    Hi dawoodusmani

    Here is a start. Check this out Learning English | BBC World Service. Scroll down to where it says Being in Participle Clauses.

    Thank for your help but is there a kind of verb named "being verb" like "doing verb"?
    Looking forward to the answer...
    Dawood


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    Re: Being word introduction

    This may be what you are looking for: State-of-Being Verbs Verbs

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