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what is going on

📝 Description
"What is going on" is an informal English phrase often used as an inquiry about circumstances or events occurring in the present. It's equivalent to asking, "What's happening?" The phrase conveys curiosity, concern, or request for information in a conversational manner.
📝 Example Sentence
"Hey, can you tell me what is going on with the weather today?"
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what

📝 Description
"what" is an interrogative pronoun used in English. It introduces questions, asking for specific information, often indicating a selection from a known set of options or from a broader context. It can also be used to express surprise or confusion, as in "what?".
📝 Example Sentence
"What time is your meeting today?"
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is

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"Is" is a verb in English, specifically the third-person singular present indicative of the verb "be". It's used to describe a state of existence or identity, linking the subject of a sentence to a predicate. It's fundamental in constructing declarative and interrogative sentences.
📝 Example Sentence
"Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you're going to get."
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going

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"Going" is a present participle of the verb "go". It expresses movement, departure, or a state of action. It can also indicate future tense when used with 'to', as in "I am going to visit". It's versatile, used in idioms like "going the extra mile".
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on

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"On" is a preposition in English used to indicate position, location, or state usually in relation to something else. It can also refer to the state of being active or functioning. An example is "The book is on the table.", where "on" shows the relationship between the book and the table.
📝 Example Sentence
"On a sunny day, we often go for a picnic in the park."
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