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Hi, Toaha,

@Toaha posted:

▪ You were right about the hotel being too crowded. 

Is the sentence above in combination with these sentences? 

1) You were right about the hotel

2) The hotel was too crowded.

 

Did the writer use "being" instead of "was" in that sentence? 

You were right about the hotel being too crowded. = You were right that the hotel was too crowded.

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