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    Help answering this question

    I'm trying to answer the question

    Name the tenses or language items that are underlined and explain the difference in meaning

    a) i think you are silly (Where are is underlined)

    b) i think you are being silly (Where are being is underlined)

    Thanks for any help with this question.


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    Re: Help answering this question

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I'm trying to answer the question

    Name the tenses or language items that are underlined and explain the difference in meaning

    a) i think you are silly (Where are is underlined)

    b) i think you are being silly (Where are being is underlined)

    Thanks for any help with this question.
    First, let us have your thoughts on the possible answers. We can then agree or disagree.

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