makes your house <being> neat

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alohamorice

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Thai
Hi there, I think 'being' can be leave out in the following sentence as I see no reason why it has to be there.
It makes your house being neat and tidy.

Can I write "it makes your house neat and tidy"? Or it will be grammatically incorrect if I leave out "being"?

Thanks in advance
 
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