@Ewassd: Yepp..you are right, as you know, 在is a preposition.and 在must always be before the verbs.. But in the second one, 正 means a type of tense, the meaning is now.so 正 should be put before 在.canyou understand?Chinese grammar is very complex.so Fighting 😃😃😃if you have other questions about Chinese,you can ask me 😃BTW,do you have Instagram?
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