The て form of a verb or adjective is a non-finite form primarily used to connect to a following predicate or subsidiary verb, with some secondary uses derived by ellipsis (e.g. of くれ or ください). In many cases it corresponds to English "and".

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Why is 住んでいるのが好きです incorrect?

住んでいるのが好きです is a fragment of a sentence that is incorrectly constructed - the correct way to say "I like living in [place] would be 住むのが好きです. But why is this? In the present tense, the usual way to ...