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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121416: Been or being
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    Been or being


    Been is the past participle of "be" used in the present perfect and perfect tenses.

     

    Being is a present participle of "be" used in continuous verb forms.

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    1. You have a great experience.

    2. Where have you ?

    3. You are difficult!

    4. Have you heard about Jane? She has living next to me for weeks.

    5. Is this desk prepared?

    6. He is a pain!

    7. I have never to London.

    8. Your friend's papers are printed.

    9. The administration have said that the workers were lazy.

    10. Many governments have really able to devote to human rights.









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