I've read an article on the BBC news, and this sentence really makes me confused.

''And in this cool little video Aston has just released, you can see it very much being pushed to its limits by a real driver''

I know how it would be translated into my native language, but to be honest I cannot find out what grammar tense or structure that the highlighted portion belongs to.

Does it mean ''it is being pushed to its limits'' or even ''it has been being pushed to its limits''?

  • This question is perfectly fine, but, seeing that you are new to the Stack Exchange, and you mention "translating into your native language," we'd be remiss if we didn't at least inform you about a sister site for English Language Learners. You can read about the differences between the two sites here. P.S. I think your first suggested translation is the better one. – J.R. Sep 13 '15 at 8:11
  • Thank you. You're so kind to say that.Please forgive me for my lack of information. – Luong Vu Sep 13 '15 at 16:08

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