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''Sally has been driving the car for 4 years'' But now, I want to imagine that I'm the car.. So what would I have said ...? 1) ''I've been being drove for 4 years by sally'' OR.. 2) ''I've drove for 4 years by Sally'' ??? Correction, 1) ''I've been being driven for 4 years by Sally'' OR 2) ''I've driven for 4 years by Sally''
Oct 21, 2012 7:38 AM
Answers · 13
1) ''I've been being driven for 4 years by Sally'' would be the correct way to say it but it is very awkward. It's better to keep the sentence in the active voice.
October 21, 2012
Don't use "been being" - it doesn't exist in proper English. In fact, it's nonsensical. "I've been driven for four years (by Sally)."
October 21, 2012
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