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    David

    In a textbook there is the sentence:
    "You kind of get addicted to being in ..."
    'Being' & 'get' are verbs, but where is the main verb in this sentence?
    PS I didn't give the full sentence because of possible copyright problems.


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    Re: David

    Quote Originally Posted by DavL View Post
    In a textbook there is the sentence:
    "You kind of get addicted to being in ..."
    'Being' & 'get' are verbs, but where is the main verb in this sentence?
    PS I didn't give the full sentence because of possible copyright problems.
    'get' is the finite verb or main verb in the verb phrase.

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