Linked Questions

0 votes
1 answer
66 views

"いまあたまがすっきりした", Is this phrase correct?

The context would be, "After traveling for two weeks, my mind is way clearer than before."
rosyvelvet's user avatar
0 votes
1 answer
59 views

Should I use いている?

E.g.: When I want to inform/ask someone regarding their current, would it be better to say 「今、駅にいています。」 or do I stick to 「今、駅にいます。」? I know for other verbs I should conjugate to the ~ている form but is ...
FriedCurry's user avatar
1 vote
0 answers
67 views

Correct translation of sentence with できていません [duplicate]

I am confused with the use of できていません in sentence : 明日の宿題のレポートがまだ1枚もできていません When I checked the dictionary it shows that できる means CAN(DO)/ BE ABLE TO while ている is for present progressive so I ...
Shiniboi's user avatar
  • 511
1 vote
1 answer
47 views

Help understanding tense of sentence ending in ~てもらってて

When you conjugate both ~てもらう and いる to the て form ~てもらってて, what does that do to the tense? Example sentence: おばあちゃんに録ってもらってて。
Cassius Bright's user avatar

15 30 50 per page
1
4 5 6 7
8