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How to distinguish "You are early" from "You are being early"?

It is a question of grammar. I do not the difference between "You are early" and "You are being early".

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For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language


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    "You are being early" is not correct English. It would be like saying, ""You are being smart" or "You are being hungry." States of being do not use an auxiliary verb like is/are/was/were/am.


    "You are being early" - incorrect.

    "You're early" - correct.

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