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and can you please give me some examples ? Emotion: crying
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Please tell me .which is correct sentence? he is being angry or he is becoming angry

Difference betwebetween two verb being and becoming?
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Hi! That sentence referred that somethings or someone is done. Exist

she is being changed.

Thank you, it is so clear
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From the explanation above. I believe it should be written/ said like this: "Being it is raining, we didn't go out."

I think you could replace the word "being" with "because" and have the same feeling from the sentence.

For example you would not say "It because raining, so we didn't go out."

anonymousFrom the explanation above. I believe it should be written/ said like this: "Being it is raining, we didn't go out."

No, that is not native English.

anonymousI think you could replace the word "being" with "because" and have the same feeling from the sentence.

That's not good advice, either.