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    #1

    concentrated or concenrating ?

    Where were you?

    1. I was concentrating on Mounir

    2. I was concentrated on Mounir


    which one is correct? 1 or 2


    Thanks


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    #2

    Re: concentrated or concenrating ?

    The tense of your sentence is Past Continuous:
    was/were + verb+ing

    I was concentrating
    They were concentrating.

    Present Continuous:

    I am concentrating
    They are concentrating.

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    #3

    Re: concentrated or concenrating ?

    Concentrated is an adjective used in chemistry to denote a large quantity of molecules dissolved in a small amount of solvent, i.e. the opposite of dilute.

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