In this sentence,
I either stopped breathing or came close to stopping breathing.
"stopping breathing" sounds incorrect to my ears, but I cannot explain why.
Could anyone explain the grammar of this to me?
Re: stopping breathing
Originally Posted by Swiss88
I'm not a native speaker, but I would say
-'I either held/caught my breathing or came close to it'.
I'm not able to explain why.
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