You are always being my king. (釋疑）?
"Although I may have found my prince, you are always being my king."
請問倒數第三個字 being 應該省略（刪除）嗎？還是說，兩者皆可？若兩者皆可，請問兩者有何區別？
- prisoner26535Lv 71 年前最佳解答
You are always being ....
You are always being recorded on street in Taipei.
I am here (and how could you have missed me?) = 我在這裡啊！（你怎可能找不到我？）
I am always being here ( and how could you have missed me?) = 我一直就（強調）在這裡啊！（你怎可能找不到我？）
- 石破天驚Lv 41 年前
"be" can be (1) a linking verb (+noun or +adjective), or (2) intransitive verb, or (3) an auxiliary verb.
1. You are always being recorded on street in Taipei. (be = auxiliary verb, continuous and passive)
2. I am here. (be = intransitive verb telling the position or location of the subject)
3. You are always my king. (be = linking verb naming the subject for relationship, although figurative)
You are "always" being my king.
- this expression does not make sense. We can use the continuous form of be, but it is often limited to talking about a way of behaving at the moment of speaking.
- for example: You are being silly.
The correct expressions to use 'be' as linking verb (+noun):
(1) You are always my king. (meaning - at all times, on every occasion)
(2) You will always be my king. (meaning - for all future time; forever)
- chanomouLv 71 年前
"Although I may have found my prince, but you are(be動詞→助動詞) always(副詞：修飾being) being(動名詞：現在分詞) my king." 華文譯：「雖然我可能找到了我的王子，但你永遠是我的王者。」
- 1 年前
I may have found my prince but you're always being my king.
I may have found my prince but you will always be my king.
- TOMING88Lv 71 年前
You are always being my father
=will always be my father
---being--noun, in being=existing=bring father into being
=when the subject is affected by the action of the verb "being" and of her father-object.
=cause reality or existence