Swahili, past conditional
Among others: Ningalipika ningalikula... the English pair says: If I had cooked, I would have been eaten.
It would be a pity, indeed, if I happened to be eaten and not the food I cooked.
Could this (and alike) passive perfect infinitive be changed into continuous perfect infinitive? "If I had cooked, I would have been eating."
I think the 'been' is just extra. 'If I had cooked, I would have eaten.''
Yes, an "extra modifying feature" which turns the meaning into passive