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A set of forms taken by a verb to indicate the time and/or completeness and continuance of the action in relation to the time of the utterance.

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The "have been being" construct is grammatically correct: it is an example of the combination of progressive and perfect aspects and the passive voice. It is rare, but it has been used, as a search fo …
answered Dec 5 '18 by Rosie F
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No, not really. The phrase "last match" locates the statement in the past, so the past tense "was" should be used.
answered Oct 13 '17 by Rosie F