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    Hello,

    Is it correct to say that He is getting eccentric. he does bizzare things.

    How can we combine these two statements? What is the correct usage?

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    Re: usage

    Quote Originally Posted by princesabharwal View Post
    Hello,

    Is it correct to say that He is getting eccentric. he does bizzare things.

    How can we combine these two statements? What is the correct usage?
    He is getting eccentric and has started doing bizzare things.

    This seems ok to me, let some native speaker put of stamp of approval over it.

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