Re: Different participles the same meaning?
I find that example sentence very unnatural. I would say "Constantly being asked to go to parties eventually made me give in". The beginning of the sentence means "The situation in which I was constantly being invited to parties".
Originally Posted by Kotfor
I have assumed that by saying "being asked to visit the parties", you meant "being invited to parties".
I might also say "Constantly being invited to parties is very tiring!"
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