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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    Ms. Typo! Is your cat lying on your keyboard? I'm smelling her paws in a few of your posts. *GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG*

    I wouldn't use the first one, "I start getting tired". Under what circumstances would you use? Mostly, I'd say "I'm getting tired."

    I'm getting tired of reading books in the late late night.
    How did you know? She loves to "help".

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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    Glad that she helps *a lot*.

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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    1. What's murder, though, is that I'm starting to get run down now because I teach at several locations.

    2. I'm starting to get tired of Joe's class, now. I wish the other students would show up; I could use the company.
    Thanks for the correcting. Casio! ( How brandy your name is!!!!!)

    I'm starting to get the idea of present progressive form now. I might start to get the simple present later.

    Any better?

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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    Glad that she helps *a lot*.
    Without kidding she called the police the other day by playing on the fax machine. 911 (emergency calls) cannot be deleted. At least she has taste - they were cute.

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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    I got her phone call last night. I was surprised that her cat language had British-German accent.

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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I'm starting to get the idea of present progressive form now. I might start to get the simple present later. Any better?

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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    Thank ya, Brandy Watch!

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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I got her phone call last night. I was surprised that her cat language had British-German accent.
    Are you kidding! She falls under GRITS - girls rised in The South! Her only handicap - the wiskers are a dead giveaway.

    Grits is a hot ceral of dried, ground corn, like polenta. It used to be poor folks food in The south but now it is the in-thing be it with cinnamon and sugar or shrimp and cheese.

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    Re: Can we stop walking?

    Quote Originally Posted by twostep
    Are you kidding! She falls under GRITS - girls rised in The South! Her only handicap - the wiskers are a dead giveaway.

    Grits is a hot ceral of dried, ground corn, like polenta. It used to be poor folks food in The south but now it is the in-thing be it with cinnamon and sugar or shrimp and cheese.
    . . . y'all, I fear it's time to find a new thread. We've moved off the topic of this thread. From Can we stop talking/to talk, to We can't seem to stop talking.

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