Wednesday, March 31, 2021

 I'm getting - English Speaking Basics

When you combine the words "I am" and "I'm getting" you are telling someone that you are acquiring possession, being affected by, or have plans to seek and obtain a particular thing. 

I'm getting - English Speaking Basics
I'm getting - English Speaking Basics
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Here are some examples:

"I'm getting better."

"I'm getting ready for bed."

"I'm getting a toothache."

"I'm getting a cold."

"I'm getting married."

"I'm getting tired."

"I'm getting good at reading."

"I'm getting a new car."

"I'm getting a job."

"I'm getting a puppy."

"I'm getting ready."

"I'm getting a cold."

"I'm getting mad."

"I'm getting her out of there!"

"This is the dress I'm getting for you."

"I'm getting you a hat."


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