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Difference Between 'Being' and 'Been' - All You Need To Know

It is used after have. I have been to Australia. The postman has already been. The word being is the present participle form of the verb be. It is not used after have. As a rule, being is used after a form of be (is, am, are, was, were).

I am not Yoruba, I am Nigerian, we are one - Falz

Twitter user @EbubeIsaac re-posted the video with Falz caption and wrote: "You're a Nigerian because you belong to the Yoruba, a tribe indigenous to Nigeria before Independence. If Nigeria ceased to exist, you'd still be Yoruba.

Music: Naomi Mac - Ori Mi (feat. Pheelz)

It's straight from my heart to you - it's me sharing my story; a story we've all experienced at some point in our lives and it features vocals from my friend, producer extraordinaire Pheelz. Just go listen for yourself."

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