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    be good / being good

    Respected,
    I have a clarification, please clarify it for me.


    Where and how can we use "be good / being good".
    what is the difference between them?
    sty being fearful .....Is this sentence structure is correct?

    Be good and Do good.
    Being good and Doing good.
    what is the meaing for these sentences?


    It would be better if you could give some some examples in this regard.
    Please correct me If i am wrong, I appreciate your help.
    Thanks in Advance.
    Regards
    Madhu

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    Re: be good / being good

    Be and do both are verbs

    Be express state while do is an action verb

    Quote Originally Posted by mcadhu View Post
    Respected,
    I have a clarification, please clarify it for me.


    Where and how can we use "be good / being good".
    what is the difference between them?
    sty being fearful .....Is this sentence structure is correct?

    Be good and Do good.
    Being good and Doing good.
    what is the meaing for these sentences?


    It would be better if you could give some some examples in this regard.
    Please correct me If i am wrong, I appreciate your help.
    Thanks in Advance.
    Regards
    Madhu

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