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Rule "He going (He is going)"

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Description: He going (He is going)
Message: An auxiliary verb seems to be missing from this progressive structure. Did you mean \1're \2, \1 are \2, or \1 were \2?
Category: Grammar (ID: GRAMMAR)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • You going to be there.
    Correction suggestion: You're going, You are going, You were going
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • I found it fascinating what you were saying about global warming.
  • Is this getting you going too?
  • Are you going to be there?
  • I'll get it working.
  • Why aren't you going with me?
  • Aren't you being very rude?
  • I don't like both of you going to such a place.
  • How can I feel relaxed, with you watching me like that?.
  • Go back to Russia, you fucking communists!
  • How're you doing?
  • I cannot continue my class with you chattering to one another.
  • You dithering idiot!
  • Is it you knocking?
  • You yammering clammorer
  • Is this you not needing a lesson from me?
  • There is just you not wanting to do anything unless it turns out perfect from the start, which is impossible.
  • The Hell's Angels came in on motorcycles and slashed banners while yelling "Go back to Russia, you fucking communists!" at the protesters.
  • You little fucking guy
  • You kicking me wasn't what I wanted.
  • You jumping in my face wasn't what I wanted.
  • You kicking me wasn't what I wanted.
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ID: PRP_VBG [13]
Version: 6.5-SNAPSHOT (2024-05-28 22:33:06 +0200)