Is it the correct usage ? Please suggest if some different term or word is in vogue to carry the intent.
Your tea is getting cold.
Your tea is losing warmth.
I feel like that no one uses "grow+v1-er" form anymore. Has it become out-dated or do I incidentially not come across it? Or am I mistaken that "get+v1" form is not the same thing as "grow+v1-er". I'll be happy to receive responces on whether I'm right or not.