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    falling behind

    Weekends are when I have enough time to do my falling behind tasks, like shopping, doing landry, cleaning my apartment.

    Is my sentence proper English?

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    Re: falling behind

    Quote Originally Posted by arzgol View Post
    Weekends are when I have enough time to do my falling behind tasks, like shopping, doing landry, cleaning my apartment.

    Is my sentence proper English?
    No. You, not the tasks are falling behind.

    Weekends are when I have time to do the tasks with which I have fallen behind, like ...
    Weekends are when I have time to do the tasks I have fallen behind with, like ...

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