1-I am worried about getting caught.
2-I am worried about my getting caught.
3-I am worried about me getting caught.
In which case the getting caught is:
a-a possibility (I am worried that I might get caught)
b-a certainty (I did, or will get caught and am worried about the consequences)
c-depends on the context.
I would say either:
- I am worried about getting caught.
- I am worried that I might get caught.
The other sentences are not idiomatic English. They are quite unlikely, and I recommend against using them.
Re: still worried!
I agree with Ron, although I could create circumstances that would allow #2 or #3. In all three cases, I would say that the speaker has not yet been caught.
Originally Posted by navi
I'd be more likely to use me\my getting caught with 'I worry'.;-)
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