| | Re: Passive in the sentence ''I would like you to be doing something''
Maybe in a situation with a assistant manager and a lazy staff member
A:What would you prefer I was doing?
B:I would like you to be helping someone.
Another stab at it ...
A: Why are you so cross?
B: I would like to see someone helped by you (for a change)
A: Why are you so cross? Betty is doing a great job.
B: I would like to see someone being helped by you (for a change)
I would like for you to help someone.
No matter what you are forcing it. In English we prefer to use active voice unless the agent is unknown or not important to the message.
The light bulb was invented in ...
My car was scratched in the mall lot.
Seven people were injured in the catastrophe.
He was told not to do it, but he did it anyway.
If you want to add "by .." we'd be more likely to change it to the active voice
Edison invented the light bulb.
Jim scratched my car in the mall parking lot.
The blast injured seven people.
His mother told him not to do it, but he did it anyway.