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    get to as to change in a specific way?

    "The more you learn, the better you're getting to speak English."

    Would it sound OK in this sentence?

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    Re: get to as to change in a specific way?

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "The more you learn, the better you're getting to speak English."

    Would it sound OK in this sentence?
    No. If you want to use "getting", you could say "The more you learn, the better you're getting at speaking English."

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