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Re: A:


I did some research regarding my question. Apparently:

So it’s now down to what つかまえている means. The て-form of a verb plus いる can have many different translations (and I’m sure you will find many applicable questions on Stack Enchange). I will attempt to distill it to its most general sense. The て-form plus いる conveys the state that the subject is in after having performed the verb .

The て-form plus いる usually translates to the present progressive or the present perfect in English.

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