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    honeyhoney is offline Newbie
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    Default Her drowsiness was bothering her eyes

    Are these right?
    Her drowsiness was bothering her eyes.
    Being drowsy his eyes were being bothered.

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    JMurray is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: Her drowsiness was bothering her eyes

    Are these right?
    Her drowsiness was bothering her eyes.
    Being drowsy his eyes were being bothered.


    Neither of these is correct.
    This idea is usually expressed more simply: "Her eyes were getting/feeling drowsy".

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