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What does "being" mean?

Lyubov Shalabayeva
Lyubov Shalabayeva
February 26, 2013
What does "being" mean?

The word being refers to the present participle of the present tense, which is derived from the verb "to be." “Being” means a link between events that were in the past, and also indicates the sequence of these events that have occurred. In addition, “being” is widely used in sentences as a substitute for words and constructions, for example, instead of “in advance,” “in advance,” “because,” because, and so on.

Examples in which the given word is used: “He came in, being armed with new thoughts, which had long been successfully promoted to the masses” = “He entered, pre-armed with new thoughts, which had long been successfully promoted to the masses”.

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