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After being availability of internet I don't feel any need to watch TV program on TV
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Hasibul Alam After being availability of internet I don't feel any need to watch TV programs on TV.

The underlined portion is not grammatical. Use the following instead:

I don't feel any need to watch programs on TV because they are all available on the internet.


The underlined portion is associated with the following "I" in blue, so "After being" means "After I am" or "After I was", and it doesn't make sense to say "After I am availability of internet".

After being scolded, the child began to cry.
~ After the child was scolded, he/she began to cry.

After being praised, the student smiled.
~ After the student was praised, he/she smiled.

After being a teacher for 20 years, he became a shoe salesman.
~ After he was a teacher for 20 years, he became a shoe salesman.

CJ

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Hasibul Alam After being availability of internet I don't feel any need to watch TV program on TV

No, it is not correct. Are you trying to say " With the availability of the internet, you don't have to sit in front of the TV to watch TV programs?

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Yes sir , i try to say that. But what is the problem if i use "being" here?
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Thank you sir, i need to clear about the use of being and having. Often i get confused where should i use them
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Hasibul Alam Thank you sir, i need to clear about the use of being and having. Often i get confused where should i use them

For that you need a good grammar book and a course in advanced English where you'll get lots of examples and exercises to do. Learning about those words, and words like them, takes an organized approach over several weeks or months. Those words have a great many uses, and you can't learn all of them in a day. Emotion: smile

CJ

Could you please mention any grammar book that i can use to clear these confusion ?

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CJ

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Being - is a present participle of "be". In your sentence, "being" was incorrectly used. There is a lot of information on how "being" can be used in different structures. Here is some I found for you that I think will help you. Study the examples before you spend money on any book.


Uses of being

https://www.englishgrammar.org/uses-of-being/

The word being is used in several different grammatical structures.

Being + adjective

The structure being + adjective is used to talk about actions and behavior.

Why are you being so silly?
You are being cruel when you hurt others with your words or actions.

Note that when the adjective refers to feelings, the continuous form is not possible.

I was upset when I heard that I had failed the test. (NOT I was being upset when I … Here we are talking about the speaker’s feelings and hence a continuous form is not possible.)
I am delighted to hear that you have won the first prize. (NOT I am being delighted …)

Being + past participle

Being can be followed by a past participle. This structure is used in the passive forms of present and past continuous tenses.

Compare:

Mother is cooking dinner. (Active)

Dinner is being cooked by mother. (Passive)

They are repairing the roof.

The roof is being repaired.

I am quite sure that somebody is following me. (Active)

I am quite sure that I am being followed. (Passive)

  1. Being can be followed by a past participle. This structure is used in the passive forms of present and past continuous tenses.
  2. Being late, he couldn't watch the show. ...
  3. Being a friend of the Minister, I am often invited to official parties. ...
  4. Being quite slim, I managed to squeeze through the small opening in the wall.
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