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    dragging

    I wonder if "dragging" is present participle or adjective.
    The day has only started and I'm already dragging.

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    Re: dragging

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    I wonder if "dragging" is present participle or adjective.
    The day has only started and I'm already dragging.
    It is the present continuous/progressive verb form and therefore a use of the present participle.

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