is "Être en train de" always followed by an infinitive form of a verb?

Milton

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27 April 2017

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is "Être en train de" always followed by an infinitive form of a verb?

This relates to:
Être en train de : expressing ongoing actions in the present -

Ron

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27 April 2017

27/04/17

Bonjour Milton,
Oui, c'est correct.

The lesson example is explained thusly:
However, when you really want to emphasise the progression of the action, you can use the expression "être en train de" + infinitive (literally 'to be in the process of')

J'espère que ceci au-dessus vous aide.

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